Review: ToughHound collar

ToughHound ID collar in neon pink.

Pyrrha was asked to try out the ToughHound All Sports collar, which retails for $29.95. This heavy-duty, nylon/plastic collar comes in a range of bright colors with an attached, stainless steel ID plate (see below).

ID tag close-up. (Details blurred.) Font: Bodoni.

The ID plate can be customized with four lines of text from a choice of 13 fonts. I liked the wide range of font options (being somewhat of a design snob) and I ended up choosing a bolder, serif font for readability, although there are plenty of “fun” fonts to also choose from.

Pouty model.

The collar feels very hardy and I imagine it will last a long time. The thick, plastic material also make it very easy to clean. I’d guess that this collar would not get “collar stink” that cotton or nylon-web collars often acquire over time.

ToughHound collar review

Pyrrha wore the collar for Sunday’s play-date with the boys and it held up to all kinds of wrestling and romping. The collar comes in three widths (she’s modeling the 1″ collar, the largest size) but I do think it is a collar that’s best for big dogs. The plastic material is somewhat heavy and I think it might weigh a smaller dog down a bit.IMG_2624

All that said, Pyrrha is enjoying this rough-and-tumble sports collar and it is nice to have that complete reduction in the noise of jingling tags. In short: Pyrrha recommends it. For more information or to order, please visit Dog Bark Collar.

DISCLAIMER: I was provided with a collar in exchange for this review, but all opinions are mine. Please also note that Pyrrha and I do not endorse bark collars or shock collars, which this company primarily sells.