Finding the perfect collar for your dog can be quite overwhelming. There are just so many different options available, and it’s hard to know which products are the best. It doesn’t help there aren’t many websites dedicated to the sole purpose of discussing the best collars.
During my dog blogging experience, I saw the absent of these types of sites in the online pet community. Once I noticed this lack of information available, I thought I could fill it with a website focused on review/buying guides for dog collars.
With this in mind, it’s our goal to be the online authority on all things dog collars. From providing you with product reviews to trick and tips about dog collars, we want our site to become a place dog owners trust.
To cultivate that trust, we’ll give you a personal perspective with all the writing on this site. It’s all about trying to provide you with all the necessary information in a fun, conversational manner.
Our site doesn’t want to overwhelm you with information; you already have the pet product market doing that for you. Instead, we want you to enjoy reading our content.
In other words, we want to feel like you’re apart of our community rather than reading a manual about dog collars. And it’s our job to make our content reflect that, and it’s something we take very seriously.
I think an excellent starting point is telling you a little about myself and explain why I wanted to write about dog collars in the first place.
On a personal note, my name is Brain Hamer, and I’m from San Francisco, CA. I’m the proud owner of two incredible dogs. They’re the best part of my life. Honestly, each day is a new adventure with them and I never know what new joy these two animals are going to bring towards my life.
However, they’re two very different dogs with very different needs: one is an American Bulldog mix weighing over eighty pounds, and the other is a Beagle mix weighing about 40 pounds. As you would expect, they don’t have very much in common.
In fact, one of the many inspirations for the writing on this site was trying to find the best collars for their individual circumstances. As you’ll see in the buying guides, I often discuss how each product would fit my dog and try to give you a perspective from a fellow dog owner.
Other than having my two dogs, I’ve also helped foster numerous rescue dogs. You might be asking what fostering a dog means? Well, it’s when you take in a dog from a local shelter and give it a temporary home.
In doing so, you allow the shelter time to find these poor, neglected dogs a forever home. I have to say these fostering experiences are what made me want to be a dog blogger.
Fun fact, I became a forever home for one of my fosters. I fell in love with this dog the moment I met her. And when the time came to bring her back, I couldn’t find the willpower.
Honestly, it’s always hard to bring one of these dogs back, but in this particular case, it was impossible. So, my house became a two-dog home instead of one. And I couldn’t be happier about my decision.
Going back to the fosters I didn’t keep; I don’t think there’s a more rewarding experience than taking in a dog on death row, literally, and finding them their forever home. It’s incredible to watch these animals rise above the awful situations people put them through.
The most miraculous thing is these dogs are almost always extremely friendly from the moment you meet them. After all, they have been through; you’d think these dogs wouldn’t trust humans. But it’s just the opposite.
Their perseverance speaks to how dogs are the ultimate companions. Not to sound cliched or anything, but they really are mans best friend. And I think we should reward their incredible companionship by striving to make their lives extraordinary.
And that’s why this site exists, to help you find the best collar for your extraordinary dog. It’s about making sure your dog is happy and content enough that they’ll sleep next to you on those lazy Sunday afternoons. And the perfect collar will help you achieve that goal. If you have any questions, please contact us. Thanks!