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FieldKing Field Trial Dog Collar, Red-Orange

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Item#: 1001221-M

A Visibility Collar that

You Can Attach

A Lead To!!!

Includes a FREE Personalized
Solid Brass Nameplate Attached!

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We call it the Field Trial Collar because it is designed to give maximum "legal" visibility to a dog under judgment at trials, but we soon came to realize that if you need visibility at a trial you could certainly use it at a hunt test, while hunting your favorite game bird, or just walking your dog at the park. This 2" wide blast of color will help you keep your good dog in sight.

This FieldKing Field Trial Collar in Hot Pink is made of a pliable, lightweight material with nickel-plated hardware and capped rivets. This is a stout collar and designed for fieldwork. It’s extremely light and durable––just what you need for those long days in the field. The reflective material used in these FieldKing Field Trial Collars can be seen at night up to a 1/4 mile away when lights hit it. All of the materials are field tough, but this collar is not designed or intended to be used as a day-to-day collar.

Each FieldKing Field Trial collar comes with a FREE personalized solid brass nameplate attached. For your consideration, DOGS Unlimited offers stainless steel nameplates which go very nicely with the collar's nickel hardware.

Solid brass or stainless steel, our nameplates come with your choice of either swat rivets or machine stamped rivets.

A word about our rivet options:

We offer two styles of rivets to attach our nameplates - SWAT Rivets and Machine Stamped Rivets.

SWAT Rivets are free and a nice option for dogs that are pets whose collars do not get pulled or tugged. They are a thin metal rivet and are swatted with a hammer to attach the nameplate to the collar. Because they are made of thin metal they are easy to drill out if you need to change out the nameplate with a new, updated nameplate. But they are also easily popped off if the collar gets tugged on or pulled on.

Machine Stamped Rivets are a tubular rivet post and cap set and the same style rivet that's used when making the collar. It's a very strong rivet and actually takes a rivet machine to attach the cap to the post. They are a much more permanent rivet when it comes to attaching the nameplate and great for working dogs and dogs whose collar will be pulled and tugged.

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We measure our collars from the end of the buckle to the middle of 5 holes as illustrated above, so when we say that a collar has a NECK SIZE of 15" long this length is the distance between the buckle and the middle hole. Ultimately this measurement is based on your dog's Neck Size.

With that in mind, the best way to get a collar that fits properly is to put a string around your dog's neck where the collar will lay, and where it meets, cut it off and measure it. If you have a tailor's tape, you can do the same measurement and read the tape where it meets. That is the figure we will need to send you a collar that fits your dog correctly.

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1 out of 5 stars Poor Quality, 2/7/2016 8:32:00 PM
By: Bryan from TX - See all my reviews - Permalink
I purchased an orange and a yellow to use in field trials. The flash color is sewn on to the collar and both of mine cracked within a month and neither were usable by the end of the season due to the colored part coming off.

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2 out of 5 stars Premature Cracking, 12/7/2012 2:00:02 AM
By: Dale from AB - See all my reviews - Permalink
I purchased 4 collars, each cracked at the seams on either side of the name plate the first time they were worn. I had to glue and clamp the orange reflective tape to the collar to prevent further tearing. The same collar I purchased about 15 years ago did not have this premature cracking problem and remains very much intact to this day.

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