College Leads & Collars: University of Oregon, Oregon State, and Boise State
These collars and leads are made right here in Oregon. We carry 1″ wide, 4′ long leads for each of the three colleges listed above (when we can keep them in stock). The collars are adjustable, with small and medium 3/4″ wide, large and extra large 1″ wide, and extra extra large 1-1/2″ wide. Smalls fit 8-1/2 – 12-1/2″ necks, mediums 11-1/2 – 17-1/2″, larges 13 – 21″, extra larges 16 – 27″, and xxl 20-1/2 – 35″. Not every collar size is available for every college.
Leather collars are available in brown latigo flat, black latigo flat, black round latigo, and black spiked. Flat collars come in 8″, 10″, 12″, 14″, 16″, 18″, 20″, 22″, and 24″. Round (aka rolled) collars are sizes 24″ and 26″. Spiked leather collars fit necks 10″ up to 30″. To get an 8″ version, you go with fake leather.
Spiked leather collars, spiked nylon collars, and a selection of available patterns for nylon collars
Nylon collars come in combinations of single ply or double ply, adjustable or fixed length, patterned or solid color, and plastic or metal buckle. There are even nylon collars with spikes or “jewels.” The narrowest are 5/8″ wide. The shortest in a fixed length collar is 12″. The largest fixed length nylon collars are 1″ wide and 28″ long. In adjustable collars,
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Metal and Nylon Choke, Check Choke, and Prong Collars
Soda Mountain carries the classic choke chain collar, but these shouldn’t be used on dogs that pull constantly at the lead. The pressure across the windpipe can cause damage. That’s why check chokes (aka martingales) and prong training collars are available. All three styles should be used with a snap tight followed by a quick release motion.
This section refers to plastic orange collars, orange nylon collars with reflective striping, lighted collars, and therapeutic collars–like the Elizabethan (cone) collar.
Collar accessories dangle from the dog’s collar, of all things. Soda Mountain has a laser engraver with metal tags that can have information carved on both sides of the tag while you wait. We also have battery-operated flashing safety lights.