Ellas_Daddy wrote:The collar will hold up fine. I don't make crap-quality stuff.
Ellas_Daddy wrote:Collars like these have been made for years. I'm curious to as why you are singling us out for questioning.
Of course, the tongue holes elongate with time. I could slap steel grommets in them and they would still elongate. The grommet would probably fall out first.
Don't act all innocent when you are clearly calling us out on a non-issue. If you don't want a decorated leather collar, get a quadruple ply nylon, then.
Ellas_Daddy wrote:If you don't want a decorated leather collar, get a quadruple ply nylon, then.
Ellas_Daddy wrote:I'm done with this BS. I'm not having a heart attack. I have much more important matters to deal with than this forum drama. You know exactly what you are doing. You've done it in the past and continue to do so. I'm done.
chewbecca wrote:I tried to answer politely.
chewbecca wrote:This thread has gone down hill, and that was NEVER my intent
chewbecca wrote:We didn't punch holes all over that collar.
The bordering is done with prong spots, which are set with small slits cut into the leather, not holes.
chewbecca wrote:The tongue is usually bent to minimize elongation. The tongue hole gets elongated from being passed through the hole day in and day out. And this is going to happen on ANY leather collar
mnp13 wrote:That's a LOT of holes in that leather, I would worry about the overall strength of it under working load. What sort of stress tests are you putting it through before and after?
I think it's pretty, but my dogs are very hard on collars.
Plus that if I buy any more collars for a bit...Missy and I may be looking for a flat together.....You guys know of any place that would take .... a pack like ours.
airwalk wrote:Cool...watch for the moving trucks out front! Missy, Diana, Kinzly, Scooter, Magic and little Mr. No Hips could be showing up any day now.
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