Choosing a Collar for a Shih Tzu?
choosing a collar for a shih tzu?I had a 115 lb. rottwieler that I used a nylon collar which worked very well for staying in the house. Going for walks, she had a pincher collar and a 6 ft. leather leadâ â â â â âDog being aggressive towards puppy who just got fixed?!?It is called a collar of shame for a reason. Once the collar is off things should be fineâ â â â â âHow to wash new NFL Nike jerseys?The washing instructions should be on the label located on the inside of the collarâ â â â â âCorporate crime (white collar crime)Corporate crime is "illegal or socially injurious, social action that is the collective product of the interaction between a business corporation and a state agency engaged in a joint endeavor. Most commonly these crimes involve the active participation of two or more organizations, at least one of which is private and one of which is public.":197-237; 205 It is about a relationship between business and government that results in harmful consequences for society and the economy of the state in question. Corporate crimes can be committed by active action or by omission.:197-237; 205â â â â â âDIY Dog Collar: How to Make a Rhinestone Dog CollarThis DIY dog collar is an awesome project to make your furbaby that little bit more special if that is even possible. OK, confession. Harley owns a bazillion collars and honestly, she does not need any more. But that's like saying how many pairs of shoes do you need to own when you can only wear one pair at a time. My answer is, you can never have enough, and diy dog collars are so easy and fun to make. So when I told Harley that I was making her a new rhinestone dog collar she was super excited. Yes, I talk to Harley like a person. Who does not ? And she always agrees with me. Plus, she wo not say no to a collar that sparkles brighter than the stars in the night sky. Harley is trying to look tough, but with that collar she looks too cute. And, did I mention you can make one too in four super easy steps? Well, you can, and it's so much fun, even if you are not a craft-minded person, you can still create greatness. You just need three materials and your ready to go. Just follow these simple steps to achieve your new super pawsome DIY dog collar. It's so easy. All three of the materials are available from your local shopping centre. â¢ Lay collar on a flat surface, and lay out your design. â¢ Use a small amount of glue and place on the back of the rhinestone (can use a cotton tip to make it easy) and then place firmly to the collar. â¢ Let dry overnight, so the glue is completely dry before gifting it to your fur-baby. It's that simple. I hope you enjoy making the collar as much as I did. Harley loved it and it's now a part of her collection. Just look at her, she looks so cute. I've also made a DIY pet tag to go with your pawsome new collar.â â â â â âGold collarGold collar may refer to Gold Collar, a prestigious competition in the UK greyhound calendarâ â â â â âHow do you tighten a nylon dog collar?Well most collars have an adjust ment like a belt. with multiple holes and a metal bar to put through the hole it needs to go through. you should be able to fit 2 fingers inbetween the collar and the neck. Chihuahua's dont HAVE to be in a harness. also go to petsmart or any other petstore and they will tell you howâ â â â â âLeather neck collarThis stiff leather collar, fastened by two buckles at the back, measured between 2.5 and more than 3 inches tall in front, tapering toward the back. The origin of the leather neck collar, also known as a "stock", has to do with early 19th-century military fashion trends in Europe and North America; its use among enlisted men supposedly improved their military bearing and appearance by forcing the chin high and posture straight. The stock was uncomfortable, but Marines would be punished for failure to wear them on duty, so some would have the stock stitched to their coats to ensure it was always on their uniform. General George F. Elliott, recalling its use after the American Civil War, said the "effect of the stock when buckled around a man's neck was to hold his head high in the air, like geese looking for rain". The stock was dropped as an article of American Marine uniform in 1872, after surviving through the uniform changes of 1833, 1839, and 1859. As protectionWhile the stock is understood to have been worn only for posture, legend tells that it was worn to protect the neck from sword cuts, such as cutlass slashes while boarding ships. The leather stock was adopted three years prior to the Barbary War in which United States Marines first fought North African troops armed with scimitars. This is disputed as leather is not considered adequate protection against a striking object. (Source?) On Royal Naval vessels of the 18th & 19th Century,Royal Marines acted as the Ships guard. Additionally, as Marksmen firing from th rigging during sea engagements,shore detachments, landing parties, etc. Commanded by a Marine officer,and their own NCO's; these Men were a sub-group within the Ships company, and not part of the crew. This was a deliberate segregation, as Marines were responsible for safeguarding supplies, firearms, and Naval Officers. from their crew. Most British sailors of the era were press-ganged into service, whereas a Marine enlisted. Trusted by the Navy command, disliked by the Sailors as the guardians of Authority. A thick, stiff leather collar provided protection for a Marine Sentry from having their throat cut by mutineers. Hence the derogatory term used by Sailors to describe a Marine: leatherneck.