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Even though Emilu's collar didn't smell itself, I took it off of her just in case. She seems to smell better already! I don't think it's the collar that stinks, but I thinnk that it holds smell and moisture against her neck, makes her smell. I still don't know why it seemed to go away and then come back all of a sudden, but I think I'll be looking at a different collar, and only putting this one on when we go out.

Thinking of trying this one - http://www.spiffydog.com/product.php?productid=16207
 

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Those look great! Dublindog.com makes a rubber collar for dogs who are in the water a lot, but the collar you posted looks nice and airy.
 

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Oh good! That's a relief! We have ollydog collars for swimming, and they are supposed to resist smells. The boys only wear collars for going out, so I've never had an opportunity to put that to the test, but maybe those or the dublindogs are worth checking out. Glad you figured it out!
 

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Interesting.. I wonder if they are just holding enough moisture/stink to make a difference. I don't put collars on the dogs unless we are going out, but by the number of collars I have you would think otherwise..! ;) I have an addiction.
 

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We used to use the green waterproof John Deere hunting collars from rural king that were coated before I got the Dublin dog collars. I dont think I could ever go back to a regular collar after having the Dublin dogs! Glad you found the problem.
 

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I just looked up the Dublin Collars (had never heard of them) and found that they aren't big enough for my guys. Their large goes up to 21 inches and mine take the 25 inch collars - darn!
 
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