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Always stylish. Always durable.
The Ruffwear Hoopie Dog Collar doesn't completely erase the odd furless-here, lots-of-fur-there feeling your Chow Chow suffers when you groom him like a lion, but it does help. Probably. This stylish collar has a side-release buckle for easy on and off and separate spots for clipping the leash and ID tag. The Tubelock webbing won't falter in the face of squirrel-sightings, nor will it rub your puppy's neck the wrong way. A silicone tag silencer means your pooch isn't jingling all the way, everywhere you go. With the matching Flat Out Leash, your styling pup in his Hoopie collar will be the envy of all the other dogs (or owners) at the park.
- Tubelok webbing
- Side-release buckle
- Separate leash and ID tag attachments
- Matching Flat Out Leash, sold separately
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A Great Looking, Functional Dog Collar
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Our German Shorthair, Donner, has always been a Ruffwear user. Typically we went for the climbing rope collars that the company used to make for the look of them. The only drawback was that the collar was so thin, it made it hard at times to get a decent grip when having to help Donner get onto rocks and so forth. We were excited to the see the Hoopie Collar maintains the "outdoors" look but with an improved, thinner, supple webbing. You can easily grab it and have a solid lock on your dog. Also, Ruffwear has a ID tag clip that virtually eliminates lost tags (the prongs keep it in place) and as a hunting dog, we really like the silicon silencer that buffers the jangle of his collar and tag.
We highly recommend this collar for active dogs! And the designs are very cool, we have the Teton but may need to add the Pacific blue to our quiver.