Colin I'm sure Sezra ordered one for Daisy. Not sure if it has arrived yet.
Thanks I've seen these but really want to know if they actually make any difference (matting less) behind the ears before I purchasetimberwolf make them if you look online
I'm sure that is the main reason but if i can reduce them by getting a rolled collar...just wanted to know if they made any significant difference.Or has Betty just got to the age where the mattings beginning to kick in?
I think Daisy is at the age when her matts are starting however I must say that although she has been wearing it for only a short time we have had no new matts around her neck, just the normal ones behind her ears and under her arm/legs.I'm sure that is the main reason but if i can reduce them by getting a rolled collar...just wanted to know if they made any significant difference.
That sounded like they clipped her ears off!Talking of matts around the ears. Millie got groomed today, I'll update tomorrow when I can add photos. But she had terrible matts around her ears and they had to be clipped off.
It was largely causes by her fur changing from puppy to adult, but also apparentely my poor grooming
Why are they unpopular? I wasn't aware that they were....they are also called Spaniel collars and are used by lots of long haired breed owners. Daisy's is just as strong as a normal collar and she walks the same as in her previous collar.The collar looks beautiful Sarah. So why are the rolled collars unpopular or frowned upon? Does anyone know? Rufus is a horrendous puller so maybe it would not be the best type of collar for him? I've no idea!