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    I don't know how to send a link, but this is what I ordered...Petsafe KeepSafe Break-Away Collar .... I got on amazon and elsewhere they are about 30 dollars, but 7.69 as an "add on" item, free shipping if have prime on Amazon.. My reason being I'm just too scarred of him getting hung up on something or some other playful dog. Thanks for all suggestions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarmayer View Post
    LOL...if he's like my Oscar Mayer was, then he's looking for birds.
    I've never seen another bully do that. Hank is special!
    funny little things arent they I have to admit, I never ever thought of having one of these. My boyfriend got him as he "always" wanted one but his living and traveling and raising a puppy, well this little guy ended up in my hands. I couldn't be happier :-) he's very "special" as you. say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hankster View Post
    theres a lot I like about this collar but I cant quite figure out if it has a hanging part. the pic shows a piece that sticks out a couple of inches away from the main collar?
    We have adjusted it so that not much hangs down but is still a little loose around his big fat neck! We have had no problems with his shaking etc as his tags don't hang down more than a normal collar with a ring. If and when he pulls on a lead it tightens up so as not to slip over his head which was a problem we had with a normal collar and again his big fat neck!

    -monty-collar-jpg

    Edited to add: Monty is never unsupervised except when he is in the house so we have no worries about him getting hung up on anything.
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    The comfort flex is a great collar and Chunky can use the same one now that he did when I first bought one when he was probably around 4 months old. I like the fact that it is padded and it looks great. I usually use a harness now when I take him for walks so I don't have to leave a collar on him but he wore it daily for 6 months or so before I started walking him with Julius harness

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    thanks CW ... I put one in my 'cart' as I receive my Julius and the breakaway collar tomorrow, I will see how they work and take it from there. I love that we get help like this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunky White View Post
    The comfort flex is a great collar and Chunky can use the same one now that he did when I first bought one when he was probably around 4 months old. I like the fact that it is padded and it looks great. I usually use a harness now when I take him for walks so I don't have to leave a collar on him but he wore it daily for 6 months or so before I started walking him with Julius harness
    We will definitely get him another one if and when this one wears out. Monty is not a fan of going for walks so I don't bother putting his harness on for a walk down the driveway! I use his harness for bigger trips, vets etc.
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    omg '1chum' .... You people are so funny.. Guess that's what we love about these guys, they are funny too Just loved the "not a big walker' deal. Hank loves his walks but HATES the leaving his property part. Loves it once hes out, but the 'stroll' and looking around like he has much better things to do while 'getting him out' can be quite humorous.

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    These dogs really are funny! Monty makes me laugh every single day. If I am lucky enough to get him out of the driveway AND past next door, as soon as he has done what he needs to do, that's it. Brakes on, time to turn around. Now I know why they say "Never walk your bulldog farther than you can carry him!!" Monty is a dainty 69 lbs so there is no way I can carry him anywhere!
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    Oh goodness, silly boy. I'm afraid that I forget or will forget that this boy may put the brakes on and is a lot heavier than my little Shih Tzu that used to do that. I could just pick her up and enjoy the stroll home. Not going to happen with this boy and he's only 42 pounds at this time. At nine month, I hope he doesn't have a heck of a lot more to girl :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    We have adjusted it so that not much hangs down but is still a little loose around his big fat neck! We have had no problems with his shaking etc as his tags don't hang down more than a normal collar with a ring. If and when he pulls on a lead it tightens up so as not to slip over his head which was a problem we had with a normal collar and again his big fat neck!

    -monty-collar-jpg

    Edited to add: Monty is never unsupervised except when he is in the house so we have no worries about him getting hung up on anything.
    And thank you for the picture. I needed that I


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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarmayer View Post
    HAHA poor Lala! That was like a boxing match with the "bell" and everything! lol

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    We have ordered from collarmania.com before and really like it. It's a small business and the woman is super friendly and accomodating. You can pick the material, pattern (Ruckus has a Chicago Bears collar!), width, closure, etc.

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