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    Default Does anyone leave there dogs/puppies collars on all the time?

    So I wanted to know if anyone leaves there collars on their dog or puppy all the time. I am debating on leaving Mia's on all the time just in case she runs out or just gets away. Now I have Chubbs who does not really know our family because he has only been with me for a day and for same reason if he gets out. He is so big and a little slower but I just think I should be on the safe side. Mia just got her last set of shots so next is microchip and I don't think Chubbs is chipped either so I will be doing both but I just want to know if any of you out there leave their dogs/puppy collars on all day?

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    I don't use a collar for Ftse unless he is staying at my daughters house when I am away and then he has a collar on just in case but Ftse is also microchipped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftse 100 View Post
    I don't use a collar for Ftse unless he is staying at my daughters house when I am away and then he has a collar on just in case but Ftse is also microchipped
    Can I ask why you dont? I am also afraid to leave it on because of their necks. Chubbs is head and shoulders lol Mia has so much loose skin under neck I'm scared it may choke her and him. What do u think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia Amor View Post
    Can I ask why you dont? I am also afraid to leave it on because of their necks. Chubbs is head and shoulders lol Mia has so much loose skin under neck I'm scared it may choke her and him. What do u think?

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    I'm just too scared it will get caught on something and strangle him, I'm just paranoid about collars as this happened to my sisters dog many years ago but I think there are few on here that keep collars on. that is just my preference. Maybe put the tags on a harness if they wear a harness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftse 100 View Post
    I'm just too scared it will get caught on something and strangle him, I'm just paranoid about collars as this happened to my sisters dog many years ago but I think there are few on here that keep collars on. that is just my preference. Maybe put the tags on a harness if they wear a harness
    I'm so sorry to hear about u r sisters dog. ya see that's what I'm afraid of but also afraid of them taking off some how and them not having it on. ya Mia has a harness I need to buy Chubbs one tomorrow. Thank you so much.

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    I never keep a collar on my boys in the house. There is no way they get out by themselves and if they do they don't go anywhere. I live in the middle of nowhere and I can leave them out by themselves too and we don't even have a fence. If I do leave them out, they just sit on the stairs waiting for me to let them in. They both have been microchipped by the breeder, before we got them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    I never keep a collar on my boys in the house. There is no way they get out by themselves and if they do they don't go anywhere. I live in the middle of nowhere and I can leave them out by themselves too and we don't even have a fence. If I do leave them out, they just sit on the stairs waiting for me to let them in. They both have been microchipped by the breeder, before we got them.
    Wow that must be nice to have all that open space. I live in Cali. Anaheim and these houses are close together. All the smells and dogs cats. Like I said Chubbs is very heavy and I don't think he can move to fast but Mia is still a puppy and she sticks by me most of the time but I'm afraid a smell will catch her or a dog and she is off. I wish I could make a move out there.

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    Default Re: Does anyone leave there dogs/puppies collars on all the time?

    For Mia I remove her collar when she comes in the house.
    The pups have two sets of collars, one with there rabies tag and name tag and the other with no tags.
    I leave the collars with no tags on them all the time to aid in take them out for potty quickly.

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    Brutus and Frankie always have their collars on. It is the only way to grab them if they start to squabble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella and Dozers Dad View Post
    For Mia I remove her collar when she comes in the house.
    The pups have two sets of collars, one with there rabies tag and name tag and the other with no tags.
    I leave the collars with no tags on them all the time to aid in take them out for potty quickly.
    Really two? What type of collars do you use? Is there a reason you keep the one without any tags on the rest of the time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    Brutus and Frankie always have their collars on. It is the only way to grab them if they start to squabble.
    lol maybe I should leave them on mine then. Mia is so young compared to Chubbs and she pisses him off at times where he does a growl and a snap to show her back up but you never know if they do get into it Chubbs is so big I would need something to help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia Amor View Post
    lol maybe I should leave them on mine then. Mia is so young compared to Chubbs and she pisses him off at times where he does a growl and a snap to show her back up but you never know if they do get into it Chubbs is so big I would need something to help me.

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    I feel safe leaving them on. There isn't any spot in the house or yard that the collars can catch on, and they are loose enough that they don't restrict their necks. I use Martingale collars on them so they can stay loose.
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