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Around the Collar Review and $25.00 Giveaway

Where are my pet lovers??  Do you have a dog or cat?  Need a new collar, leash, or harness?  Look no further then Around the Collar.  

These colors look great on my dog. 

Around the Collar offers a variety of designer leather dog and cat collars, leather dog harnesses, leather leashes and luxury dog carriers and accessories. Want to show the feminine side with lot's of pink, masculine with shades of blue or sparkle with Swarovski Crystal stones? Around the Collar will custom make it for you in your choice of color, style and size.
Fine Quality Leather Accessories that your Canine Best Friend Deserves  

My kiah was so hard to photograph...had to wait till she was sleeping. 

I may not have gone with the bling on her collar but she sure does love the pink.  If you have a pet and you can spoil them you need to check out all the fun options that Around the Collar can offer your pet.  I love the butterfly collars and the bright sparkly jewels.  

I like that this company asks for your pets neck size- it truly is the only way to get the right size collar.  I am so happy that my collar has room for my dog to grow.  

As far as I can tell my dog likes her collar.  It is not to tight and I know its soft and comfortable for her.  

One of my lucky fans will be able to pick a great prize for their furry family member  with a $25 gift certificate.  

Time to enter to win $25 Shopping Spree to Around the Collar.  WOOT  Enter using the easy rafflecopter form below. 

Thank you Around the Collar for sending me a collar to review.  All opinions expressed are my own and I was not paid for this review.  


Anonymous said…
My dog's name is Hazel and I might just put some bling on her collar! :)
Debbie Lewis said…
I would have to get some bling for my dog, Clementine Rapunzil
Emi said…
We have two - Tom and Becky -named after the Tom Sawyer characters but no, we would not do the bling. Hope you are enjoying Iowa.
Michele P. said…
I have 2 pets, Shadow and Stubby and would probably get them some bling...
Kate Simpson said…
I have a sweet dog shadow, I would have to get some bling for him :)

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