|Nope sorry I've not found one.|
But the thinner the better in my experience.
Mind you even with no collar they matt eventually.
|People used to say that a thin rolled smooth leather collar helped, but in my experience a full time puppy cut was best! Hahaha|
|Thanks so much! He loves the pool and it's so hard to stay ahead of the matted hair that goes from wet to dry from wet to dry.|
|With our first fluffy we used a very fine chain link collar, it had a small material part. That never matted Shep's fur though did make a black line if didn't keep an eye out. xx (those were the days when all trainers insisted on "choke chains"-we used a rolled leather one for training)xx|
|Awesome, thank you (and mostly for the puppy pic! Gorgeous!).|
|I will echo what most here said. Nope! |
Neither dog wore a collar in the house, unless we were going for a walk or traveling. When the dogs were in full coat (which didn't last long ), I cut the area around the neck down to about three inches to accommodate a collar.
Both dogs spent the majority of their lives in a puppy cut.
|Thank you. He's gorgeous fluffy but it's so fleeting. I appreciate the advice. My groomers aren't familiar with OES. Not a lot in Southern California.|
See my previous post. viewtopic.php?f=15&t=43066
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