Dog collars, whether they are patterned or plain, have become an integral part of every dog’s wardrobe. If you own a dog, chances are you own more than one dog collar – this is because when we were puppies, we just didn’t have a collar to wear yet, and we definitely didn’t have fashion trends to adhere to. And just like for humans, choosing the right style and design of dog collars for your pet can sometimes be a bit tricky. Luckily, most dogs tend to like a certain patterned dog collars style, and even if yours doesn’t, there are plenty of others to choose from. And just like for people, finding the right style and design of dog collar is going to depend largely on personal preference.
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Polka dots for dogs have been popular for a long time now and although they are still relatively new in popularity, it’s safe to say that they have found their way into many of the basic dog accessories, such as harnesses and dog leads. As with all fashion trends, though, polka dots are changing and taking on new shapes and forms all the time. While they originally started as a simple dot pattern, they have taken on many different shapes and forms, including checkered designs, zigzags, checkers, stripes, and more. It’s important to remember that while any patterned dog collars look great, each particular type has its own place in the collar world. For example, a long-lasting, sturdy collar is going to look a lot better on a short-haired puppy than it does on a long-haired toy poodle.
Another thing to keep in mind is that a polka dotted dog collar is much more likely to stand out than a plain colored dog collar, so be careful not to make the mistake of pairing up two identical looking collars. The pattern needs to be unique so it can stand out in the crowd. Fortunately, there are many patterns to choose from, which gives you just that little bit of flexibility. Remember that it’s perfectly OK to mix and match your patterned dog collars, but remember to consider the size of your dog when choosing a style and material.