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Check these collars and harnesses out.

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My dog had this really nice black leather studded collar which broke 9 months ago. Ever since then he has been wearing this wide nylon collar which has this biker print all over it. I love the collar because it's wide, but I dislike the design. I really dig this though.

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Is the width a problem??
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I have a German shepherd that has been recently diagnious with degenerative myopathy disease. We were told nothing could be done but to slow down the progression with medication. Please...please... Tell me we can do something it doe sent matter where or the fee!! I love my jake can't stand to be without him or see him suffer. Please reply....
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LOL, The United States Military doesnt use anything that remotely resembles these collars. .
The US Navy does.

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I feel for you. I lost a GREAT GS to DM. It really hurt bad. I have a Shiloh Shepherd now & am looking for a GS Pup. I ask all prospective Breeder if the Parents/Pup are tested for DM. It's not an expensive test & the only way to rule out DM in a Pup. Again, my prayers are with you.
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FYI.
The DNA test for degenerative myeolpathy cannot rule out the disease! There is NO guarantee that a dog cannot get it!
The test's best D/M gene rating of "NN" is what every GSD owner wants to see but even that rating only means that the animal is at a very low risk for getting DM, but is not immune from it! In national studies done during the course of the DNA testing, two dogs rated "NN 's" actually developed degenerative myelopathy later on!
This horrific disease is very close to my heart as I lost four of my 4-legged and much loved soulmates to it. I allowed one of my girls to participate in two very legitimate clinical trials (New Zealand and U.S.A. based) and have learned that yes, in many cases you can put off the progression of the disease but that's all you can do. There is a D/M diet that boosts the immune system which can help stall the progression too but sadly, it's no cure. It works really well when combined with the amino peptide injections and the combo of amino carproic acid and n-cys liquids given every twelve hours. Research is key, which is why I allowed my sweet girl, Whitetoe to participate. She got almost two full years of TRUE quality life before quickly deteriorating and I had to let her go. Her mother and siblings were all gone in less than six months from onset. The difference? She was placed on the D/M diet and the trial drugs (all non toxic!) while they had not been on anything. Had I known about these options sooner, I would have enrolled every one of them as soon as the disease showed itself in them. One day they WILL find the cure and when they do? I will look up to the Heavens and say a big "thank you!" to my sweet souled and gentle Whitetoe for being so instrumental in helping the clinical teams find the cure! May you forever rest in peace my sweet baby girls...Akyah, Beebee, Whitetoe and Chikin!
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Seriously?!!!! $8.00 for a single dog tag?

I am a former Marine Corps Sgt and I can tell you for a FACT that is a COMPLETE rip off. You can get a single dog tag made at a local Army Navy store with engraving for about $0.10 and a package containing a pair of silencers with the chains should not run you more than $1.50. So please explain to me why this is more than 400% more expensive for what clearly looks like a standard dog tag.

Not to mention having had to wear those duty belts I would not suggest anyone buy those...
1) extended wearing of those belts rubs your waist raw. Trust me I've worn these for 8-12 hour duty shifts and have come out with my waist line look like a solid sunburn. That is wearing these things on top of my duty uniform. The webbing is a very hard and allows for VERY little bend and movement.

2) Those metal parts on most of those belts get worn out way to easily and become flimsy as crap.

I wouldn't recommend any of these products; especially because I've used this stuff personally on my body and the fact that it is overpriced like crazy.


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