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Hol Col ID Holiday Collar
Product Code: 54340
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DescriptionHol Col is a temporary ID collar for you (or whom ever is looking after the dog) to write the temporary contact details on. The Hol Col is a bright green collar for your dog to wear with it's normal collar and tag, giving the finder of your lost dog up to date information on how to contact you as quickly as possible. Even from a distance anyone seeing your dog wearing a Hol Col will know it's in unfamiliar surroundings and possibly lost.
- It is Bright Green (so it stands out, even in low light).
- You can write directly onto the collar with any normal pen.
- It is recognised by most UK Dog Wardens.
- It is designed to break free (on heavier dogs) if caught on fencing etc.
- It is light weight, even for very small dogs.
- It comes in two sizes, to fit all dogs.
- It is waterproof for bathing & swimming in the sea.
- Is easily recognised at a distance as a Hol Col (a dog on holiday !)
- It has an arrow into slit connection, so is easily attached & ready in seconds.
- It is inexpensive, quick & easy to use.
- No engraving to do, no fiddly ring clip to change tag and no scanner needed to get your dog straight back to you.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Good value when fittings are correct. posted on 15/09/2010 by markkelly641
Really good product but when assembling found that some of the screws were too small and therefore just spun in the pre-drilled holes. Fortunately we had larger screws available or would have had to have gone out to buy more.
good idea and useful to posted on 17/07/2012 by dpmramsden
is good idea when you have dogs that at times run off due to all the new smells gave me a bit of peace of mind
Not quite what I expected posted on 02/08/2010 by Danni
A little disappointed with the fact that the collar was paper although 10 out of 10 for the idea. Possibly consider laminating the collar. Cost of posting does seem excessive although I understand that you have to consider standardising postal costs.