“Santa brought him … that pogo stick.”
*I received this dog collar at a discounted price in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. All opinions are mine.
If you are like me, and you’ve seen this commercial, you probably wondered how the heck those people could actually forget their dog on Christmas! That’s almost like forgetting your kids on Christmas. Ok, I know it probably happens. I’m sure there are people out there who don’t worry about pets birthdays or Christmas. It doesn’t happen at our house though. In fact, we even try to dress them ‘appropriately’ for the season. No, I’m not one of those people who dresses up my dog. I do put a coat on Maggie occasionally when it finally gets cold, but she has such short fur, she really needs it! Oh, and every year, our pets get a new Christmas collar or two!
This year, while shopping Amazon.com for Christmas presents, we ran across these really cute collars. I did find a Christmas collar, that I thought would be perfect for our Maggie Mae. It was a red, adjustable collar, with green Christmas trees, deer and snowflakes on it.
When I was choosing the size, I miscalculated. Even though it is adjustable, the collar is a little big for her. It does fit my youngest son’s dog, Scottie, perfectly though . When we tried it on him, he started prancing around like he was so special! You could tell he loved it.
The nice thing about this collar is that it also came with two Dog Training eBooks. My son has promised to read them and try the training process on Scottie, after the first of the year. I’ll just be honest with you, even if it seems a little harsh – Scottie is not the brightest crayon in the box. Now, I try to be optimistic about Scottie, and I will say part of Scottie’s behavior problem is my son. He just doesn’t spend the time training Scottie. I’m hoping these books will help. For the time being, Scottie is enjoying his new festive Christmas Collar. I’m still shopping for Maggie Mae.