Do any of you have dogs? I have some really nice collars from Dublin Dog. They sent me a couple of collars for our dogs and then a couple to give away. The collars wash clean quickly, and according to Dublin Dog never harbor odor releasing odors.
Dublin Dog says:
Our patent-pending collars are created from a special blend of synthetic polymers that won't absorb moisture, retain dirt, or harbor bacteria. And that's great news since, let's face it, if it's wet, muddy or stinky, your dog will find it. When he does, just rinse the collar under a bit of water and you're ready for the next adventure!
All our products come with a lifetime guarantee against defective craftsmanship. Plus, our collars are tested to hold over seven times your dog's weight. Bottom line: unless your best friend is from Krypton, these things aren't breaking."
These collars seem very well made. The buckles are nice and sturdy. The only problem I see might be the width of the collar on a small dog. There are a variety of styles available to choose from. There is a pattern and color for everyone. They also carry some seasonal designs. Along with their collars, they also have leashes, dog tags and apparel (for people).
"DUBLIN DOG FO
UNDATION TEAMS UP WITH FREEDOM SERVICE DOGS
Service Members Get a Second Chance at
Life with Service Dogs
Charlotte, NC –May 20, 2010 –The Dublin Dog Foundation (DDF) has partnered with Freedom Service Dogs, Inc. (FSD) for their second annual philanthropic campaign. The DDF will be raising $20,000 for the training and care of a service dog (including medical bills, training and food) which will be donated to one lucky war vet from the FSD group.
DDF will raise the money for the service dog by raffling off a used Jeep that features a custom paint job and custom parts. DDF will travel around the US with the custom Jeep for four months prior to the Jeep giveaway selling raffle tickets. The vet who is awarded the service dog will be choosing the winning raffle ticket for the Jeep on September 11 at a ceremony (location TBD).
“We are honored that The Dublin Dog Foundation has chosen Freedom Service Dogs,” said Sharan Wilson, Executive Director of Freedom Service Dogs. “Freedom Service Dogs are essential companions to disabled service members who have physical and psychological needs that are the result of their sacrifices, and make a tremendous difference in the lives of these veterans.”
FSD rescues dogs from shelters and custom train
s each dog to assist a person with a disability. FSD's custom trained service dogs assist their partners in day-to-day activities providing their human companions with a greater degree of independence. FSD specifically focuses its efforts on donating these animals to disabled military veterans.
“We were so impressed with Freedom Service Dogs full circle approach of fostering the partnership between humans and their canine counterparts,” said Jason Watson, CEO and Founder of Dublin Dog Company and Foundation. “It was a very simple decision for us to partner with them to support their efforts and the needs of the soldiers that benefit from them."
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