What size collar do you wear, Olivia? That is a very good question. If you follow us, you know she has grown like a weed in the twelve weeks she has lived with us. Right now she is starting to really look like a hound too. Mom never buys fancy puppy collars since we normally outgrow them so fast.
These three collars are her real puppy collars starting with the one she wore when we picked her up the end of May, to the one she was last wearing. Not only have they gotten longer, they are also wider and more sturdy. A girl needs a collar that will stand up to some wear and tear, not to mention, pulling on the leash.
It turns out, Olivia is now wearing the same size collars Bailie and I wear, which means she has access to our collar closet. You know we have over fifty collars to choose from! Mom is a collaraholic. We had different colors, styles, holiday collars, seasonal collars, pretty much any collar a girl might need. I have hear that Mom may be ordering a few more special for Olivia as she usually does when we are old enough for big girl collars.
The three of us now wear the same size collars, same ID tags, and recently the same chip ID tags in our own special color. Bailie got her purple chip ID tag about two years ago when the old one broke. Mom has always liked it, so she thought we should all have our own.
Being pink girl, I have a nice bright pink tag on my collar. Doesn’t it look nice? The rubber ring around the tags keeps them from jingling, wearing out, and, surprise – it glows in the dark! Super cool!
In case you have not heard, Olivia will be our orange girl, so she has an orange chip ID tag. It looks gorgeous with her furs! Olivia doesn’t have her dog license yet. We are waiting a few months because Bailie and I need a new one the end of the year, and Mom wants us all to be on the same time plan. Olivia loves being asked what size collar to you wear now because she really feels like a big girl now. We can’t believe she can already wear out collars!
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