Buckle-Down Dog Collars
You don’t have to look very hard on the internet to find dog collars, and any department store generally has at least a couple to choose from. But whenever I’m searching for clothing accessories for myself or my pets, I don’t want what everyone else has. I want something different!
I was very pleased to learn a while ago that Buckle-Down Products, makers of the famous Seatbelt Belts for humans, also has an extensive dog collar and leash line. Their collars feature a miniature version of their Seatbelt Belt buckles, meaning they are unfastened with the simple push of a button. (Owners of the “wigglebutt” variety of dogs – this will make your life easier!)
No matter what your personal taste might be, you and your pooch are sure to find something you like among the hundreds of vivid patterns and 24 solid colors they offer. We had the “Love Love Pink” before we sent it away with one of our foster puppies, and we can testify that they are fabulous! If you want to take a peek at the possibilities for yourself, download their color swatches by clicking here, and entering “buckledown” as the password when prompted. You just can’t beat their selection.
When you buy your new collar, consider springing for the matching leash (or get one in a solid color that coordinates with your sweet new Buckle-Down collar). Every single one of their collars and leashes feature Buckle-Down’s rich and vibrant graphic work. The collars come in three different styles – narrow, regular, and wide – and each of these three styles have multiple sizes to choose from (fitting anywhere from a 9” to a 32” neck) so you can get the right fit for your dog. All of their leashes are 4’ feet long and 1” wide.
Buckle-Down collars are full of attitude, but they won’t bust your bank account. They’re reasonably priced ($19.95-$29.95), and every one of their sturdy collars is made to order. With all of the scary news about products manufactured overseas, you’ll be happy to know that all of their products are crafted right here in the United States.
If you’ve been looking for a fashionable, economical way to walk your dog – look no further. Head over to Buckle-Down when you have time to sit and go over their amazing selection. Once you get your snazzy leash and collar in the mail, send us photos of your dogs showing them off!
A few things worth noting…
- While the buckles on Buckle-Down collars look like seatbelts, they are not meant for use as safety devices. They are meant only to be used as dog collars.
- The narrow collars do not feature the seatbelt buckle, but have a plastic buckle instead.
We love the extensive selection of designs and matching leads. They last a long time and while they do get a little faded after daily use, we still love even the faded designs. Check out their line of products – you won’t be sorry!
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