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Thick collar recommendations?

Hey all. I'm in need of collar recommendations. I like Bestia's collars but am looking for something more suitable for working dogs/active dogs. I highly prefer a 2-3 inch wide collar, both of my dogs look better with a bigger collar so aesthetic is important as well.

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Jax - 2 year old WGWL GSD, 125lbs
Leeroy - 3 year old Rottweiler Pit Bull Mix, 120lbs


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I like Leerburgs's collars. They start out way too stiff but after they break in they are really nice and supple. I use 2 inch agitation collars on mine.
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Check out K9 Tactical in Rocklin CA. I get all my gear from them but doubt they have 3Ē collars unless itís an agitation collar.
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Do you want a plain collar? Or one similar to Bestia?




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Do you want a plain collar? Or one similar to Bestia?
Either or would be fine. Mostly after size, and leather. Design isn't a priority for me tbh.

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07BL...op_mb_pd_title

I can't recommend this collar enough. It's the only kind I can find on the net/retail places. It's basically a choke collar BUT it's leather instead of metal, so it does not slip. I LOVE it. I highly recommend it.
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00YK...i-a=B00YK8IZH8

Hopefully that link worked. Soft touch leather collar on Amazon
Manufacturer Vaun Duffy Products life time warranty. I went through a lot of broken collars before this one.
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I've have also been very happy with Leerburg's leather collars. Excellent construction and very nice leather. I have one of their 1" leather collars that is currently Omen's everyday collar and love it. I also have one of their 2" leather agitation collars, and it is excellent as well. Both collars are built like tanks and, as CometDog mentioned, once broken in a bit are very supple, and very very nice quality leather.

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There is an Amish guy in Kentucky that makes all the leather items for Gene England. Quality is beyond compare. BUT....you'll have to snail mail him. I can get the information if you would like.




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I would like information to write the Amish guy. Thanks
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