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Whippet Collars

by Maryann Valois
(Elk Mound, WI, USA)


I have a 2 year old whippet that chews through her collars quicker than a buzz-saw! I need a good place to buy a whippet collar. Does anyone have a suggestion? Please leave a comment if you do!

NOTE

I entered you photo in our Whippet Dog Photo Contest as the prize is a whippet collar.

To increase your chances to win you can enter other pictures and stories.

For the best bargains on collars, click here to open our whippet collar page. Here I found the best buys on dog collars.

Good luck for the photo contest!

Elda

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Nov 22, 2010
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Adorable!
by: Anonymous

She looks so sweet! I wish I had a whippet or Italian greyhound! Greyhounds are to big for me, lol

Oct 17, 2010
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Whippet Collars
by: Anonymous

I have two young whippets and they chew on each other collars.

I can't wait for them to outgrow their chewing stage to give them beautiful whippet collars.

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