I just wanted to write a quick letter regarding my experience with the WigWag dog collars. I have both the chocolate and blaze orange collars for my working dog (Labrador Retriever). The practical application of these collars in the field are second to none. Being an avid duck hunter, naturally my retriever spends a lot of time in muddy swamps, rivers, and ponds while hunting/training. I’ve been looking for a collar that wouldn’t break down over time or smell like the muddy water in which my dog normally swam. These collars are absolutely perfect. The synthetic material is basically stink-proof and requires little to no cleaning.
Huntsman Dog CollarBlaze Orange
Sec. 2. A person, except a person who is deaf, audibly impaired, or otherwise physically limited shall not use or be in possession of a dog that is wearing a blaze orange leash and collar or harness in any public place.
Blaze Orange True Timber Camo Dog Collar
This durable bright blaze orange Center Ring Hunting Dog Collar is made from vinyl coated webbing that is a vast improvement over standard nylon webbing. Stays flexible even in sub-zero temperatures. A colorful, strong, waterproof and easy to clean hunting dog collar. Fitted with a highly polished nickel-plated die cast buckle, solid welded steel ring and smooth capped rivets. (For proper dog collar sizing, please reference the guidelines below.)
Cabela's Nylon Blaze Orange Camo ID Dog Collar : Cabela's
The blaze orange is great for those times when we do a little upland hunting as a flush dog, while the chocolate collar works well in the concealment of our duck blind. The thick material and brass hardware are extremely durable and have not shown any corrosion from the elements.