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Let’s face it - our pets are our best friends. We share our deepest secrets with them, we celebrate life with them, we take them along with us wherever we can - our pets are family. 

That’s why I really love the extraordinary collection of dog and cat collars (and matching human bracelets) from Friendship Collar. These high-quality collars and bracelets show the world your unique partnership with your pets. 

There are sets available for you and your cat, you and your dog, or buy a matching set for your dog and cat to show off their unique relationships! Today, on National Pet Day, we hope you'll order your own set of matching collars and bracelets for you and your pets. It's a wonderful way to celebrate your friendship!

 

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 As you can see, the dog collars feature a gold-plated buckle closure and gold-plated D-rings that afford you a stylish way to accent for leash or charm attachments.  Pricing varies according to "collection" and size. Cat collar collections are about $25 per set. Dog collar collections start at $35 per set (the Classic Collection is $70 per set).

We had the opportunity to check out a matching set from the “Classic collection” line of FriendshipCollars. Brock and Bree thought they were as comfortable as we thought they were fun and inexpensive! I can't think of a better gift for your best four-legged friend and yourself.

Brock shows off the Classic Collection.

There is a vast selection of collars available and each set is uniquely beautiful. We were able to see one from the Classic collection, (here’s a pic of Bree and I stylin’ from the Classic Collection, this particular set retails at $70). 

Bree shows off the Classic Collection.

According to the company, each set of collars are “ethically-sourced, vegan” - which is fancy talk for saying it’s a really nice “pleather” and no animals were harmed when they created your matching accessories. 

Each of the cat collars are “one size fits all” (so if you have a very big or very small cat, they may not work) and each cat collar features safety breakaway clasps. The same holds true for the accompanying human bracelet. 

Speaking of which, if you and your family each want a matching bracelet for your cat/dog collar, you can order extra matching bracelets for only $10 each! We love this idea! 

The dog collars range from XXXS (6-9”) to XXL (21-25”). This helps you find the ideal fit for every sized dog. 

FriendshipCollar: Main Collection

  • Extra Bracelets: Individually sold bracelets so everyone in the family can match ($10)
  • Dog collars available in 8 sizes, from XXXS (6”-9”) to XXL (21”-25”) for every pooch from teacups and Chihuahuas to Newfoundlands.
  • Recipient of the 2015 Pet Business Industry Recognition Award for best dog collars
  • World’s first “PETA-Approved Vegan” pet products
  • Available at: friendshipcollar.com, freepeople.com, greatergood.com

 

Accessories and Charms

FriendshipCollar has several adorable gold-plated charms you can use to accessorize your bracelet or pet’s collar - each charm is available in two sizes. Fashion-forward, vegan accessories add extra style to your FriendshipCollar ensemble!

They also have matching leashes to complete your stylish look - available in 4 ft, 5 ft, and 4 ft slim (ideal for your cat or small dogs). They range in price from $20-40. 

We hope you’ll check out this great option for styling you and your pets! Nothing says love like matching jewelry for you and your pet! 

 

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Stacy Mantle is a freelance writer who currently resides in the southwestern deserts of Arizona with a few dogs, several cats, and a very understanding husband. She is a regular contributor to Pet Age Magazine, Catster, Animal Behavior College, and of course, PetsWeekly. Many of her stories and articles have been translated into several languages, and now reach an international audience. She is also the author of a bestselling urban fantasy/thriller, Shepherd's Moon; a humor book entitled, Conquering the Food Chain: Living Amongst Animals (Without Becoming One), and a line of Educational Activity Books for children.


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