Leashes, leads, and harnesses are some of the most important tools you will use throughout your dog’s life to keep them safe and comfortable. They allow your dog to explore the world at your side and under your supervision. And, in some states, and many public spaces leashing your dog is the law. Regardless, you don’t want to be caught without one.
Regardless of the type of dog you have, dogs need to go on walks. Leashes attach to either a collar or a harness—and while collars have been used for decades for walking your dog, harnesses are also a popular choice.
There are benefits and drawbacks to walking a dog on a collar vs a harness, so it is important to understand the pros and cons of each to make the best decision for your pup. Check out some frequently asked questions and learn when to use a dog harness vs when to use a dog collar below.
If you are anything like me, you always struggle with what gift to give your friends and family every holiday season. You want something unique and special, something guaranteed to bring a smile to your special someone’s face. It can be difficult to think of something that someone wants that they wouldn’t have thought to get themselves, especially as an adult. However, if your friends are also like me and obsessed with their dog, we have a couple of easy solutions.
Dogs get into all sorts of messes. From rolling in grass and mud puddles to swimming at the dog beach, dogs get into all sorts of messes. When it comes to dog collars, an active dog lifestyle can result in a collar getting dirty and smelly.
Luckily, there are certain odor proof dog collars available to prevent your pup’s collar from stinking with little to no maintenance and keep it as good as new for as long as your dog wears it! Mimi Green lists some of our favorite anti-stink dog collars below.
Everyone loves to dress up sometimes – and your dog is no exception! Dog bandanas are a fun way to help your dog look their best. Having trouble finding the perfect bandana for your furry friend? We’ve come up with a list of our favorite personalized dog bandanas below!
Making your own dog is the perfect chance to create a customized accessory that fits your pup’s unique personality. You can also make sure the collar is the perfect size for your dog’s neck and is made from the high quality materials your furry friend deserves.
Is it your first time making a DIY dog collar? Don’t fret! Mimi Green shows you how to make a dog collar in the steps below. It is important to note, however, that making a dog collar following these steps requires experience using a sewing machine.
Unique Martingale Dog Collars
Our leather martingale collar is perfect for those who want a martingale collar that has a classic and high-end feel. The brass riveted nameplate is not only visually pleasing, but is large too, making ID information easy to spot. Choose from a variety of beautiful, rich leather colors, including tan, black, dark brown, olive green, and red.
We are so excited to have been featured on the Drew Barrymore Show! Last month, The Drew Barrymore Show partnered up with Etsy to showcase new trends and popular items to help viewers find the best gift for your loved ones during the holiday season. Our hand embroidered velvet dog collars were one of the items Etsy and Drew Barrymore suggested.
If you are looking for a new collar for your dog, it may be difficult to choose from the many options. From classic flat collars to slip leads, each collar offers unique advantages. The martingale in particular is a gentle option that can help train your dog to walk better on a leash. Learn more about how to use a martingale collar, the benefits of a martingale, and how to find the correct one for your dog.
Choosing the right type of collar for your dog can be a tough decision with so many options to choose from. How can you tell what’s best for your precious pupperino? That’s where our team at Mimi Green comes in. As a company that designs and handcrafts all types of collars and dog accessories, we know a thing or two about dog collars.
Among the many types and varieties of collars, the two most popular are nylon dog collars and leather dog collars. But is one better than the other? There might be more to this question than you might think! There are a few things to consider when choosing collars.