Why Trust DogTelligent

Are you having some trouble finding the perfect collar for your dog? Well, this site is here to help. But first, you might be asking yourself things like can you trust this site? What qualifies this writer as an expert?

Well, as somebody who has been around dogs my whole life, I’ve seen all types of collars being used. From standard leather collars to shock collars, I have either used or seen every kind of dog collar in action with various levels of effectiveness.

I’ve had small dogs and massive dogs such as a Saint Bernard. I’ve had stubborn and shy dogs. I’m confident the situation you’re dealing with is something I have tackled in the past.

And now, that I have my own dogs, two of them, I find myself leaning on these experiences to make decisions about the collars I buy. In doing so, I realized others could benefit from my knowledge in their own searches for the perfect dog collar.

Also, with an immense amount of experience blogging about dogs, I’ve become very familiar with how the online pet marketplace works. What comprises a good product and what doesn’t? What brands are considered high quality? What brands aren’t?

It’s having answers to questions like this that makes me uniquely qualified for helping you find the perfect dog collar. Honestly, I’ll be the first to admit, I’ve have bought some fault collars in the past.

But I’ve learned from these mistakes and want to make sure you don’t have these experiences. Honestly, there’s nothing more frustrating than buying a dog collar that gets worn down or broken within a month of purchase.

And with my vast experience writing about dogs, I’ll try to make sure this feeling of frustration is something you never experience. After all, owning a dog is supposed to bring joy, not stress.

Additionally, I know what situations warrant what type of collar. For example, if you have a dog that won’t stop itching, you might be in need of a flea collar. Or if you have a dog that won’t stop whining, a spray bark collar could help.

Add in my time helping fostering dogs, and I don’t think there’s a question about collars that I wouldn’t feel confident answering. You should see some of the collars that dogs come into the shelter with: rope, barbwire, low-quality collars embed into the dog’s skin, etc.

It’s devastating to see, and it’s something I don’t want any dog experience. It’s one of the main reasons you should trust both this site and me. We want to make your dog’s life better and more enjoyable.

In the end, the main point is I’ve been where you’re at and can offer you some guidance about how to handle buying your dog’s next collar.  I know, it can be a little daunting with all the choices, but that’s why I’m here.

So please, use this site as a resource before buying your dog’s next collar. I want to make your life as stress-free as possible; all you have to do is read our content. I promise your dog will be happy you did.