Please read this important note regarding
NCGL adoption costs 2015
*** New dogs arriving Vancouver Island January 17th 2015 ***
Foster homes always needed to enable us to bring in more dogs.
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Tag Collars Available
Tag collars adjust from ~13 inches to 20/23 inches in length. They are meant to be worn at the base of the neck. That way they don't pinch by being too close to the added martingale collar for walks.
Widths range from 1/2 inch to 5/8 inch depending on the style.
All the patterned ribbon is backed with 1/2" webbing for durability. These collars are tough enough to be used as a restraint if you need to quickly grab your hound as he tries to sneak out the door, or head for the steak on the counter!
The clips are parachute quick release clips. Since the collars are loose and can come over the head, there is no need to worry about the dogs getting caught up in other objects when wearing them.
D rings allow for tag attachment.
Price $15 for each except the bejewelled ones (purple blue and black) which are $10
Postage is $1.50
Will accept cash or cheque/money order .
A Big Thank You!
To all our wonderful vets:
Queen's Park Vet Hospital, New Westminster,BC
McKnight 24 Hour Vet hospital, Calgary, AB
Drs. Solseth & McLash of Sunshine Coast Pet Hospital, Sechelt, BC
Dr. Lesley Langford of Peninsula Veterinary Housecalls, Sidney, BC
Dr. Shelagh Hislop, Bellevue Veterinary Hospital, Parksville BC
Dr. Elizabeth Bryson of Associate Pet Hospital, Swift Current, SK