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Dogs by GoPetFriendly, Collars by Doggie Stylish

When we visited Niagara Falls two weeks ago we met up with Karen Friesecke of DoggieStylish and her Vizsla, Jersey.

Karen specializes in handmade and DIY dog products. Ty and Buster were beneficiaries of Karen’s craftiness. Armed only with their neck measurements, Karen made us some cool collars that reflect the personality of our dogs. See for yourself.

Our collars are very sturdy and are holding up well after two weeks of constant use. They’re made with quality beads and buckles. The “knitting” rope is nylon, so it won’t rot, mildew or pick up any odors.

If you want a collar that anyone can buy, head to a big box store. If you’re looking for your own one-of-a-kind collar that reflects the personality of your dog, check out DoggieStylish.

  • […] a little bit jealous. Karen (@doggiestylish) of DoggieStylish.com send Buster and Ty, the traveling @GoPetFriendly dogs some seriously studly collars. Are Zeus’ and […]

  • michelechollow says:

    DoggieStylish sells beautiful collars, and Ty and Buster look so sharp.

  • michelechollow says:

    DoggieStylish sells beautiful collars, and Ty and Buster look so sharp.

  • Lola says:

    Hello. I wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I was, of course, most impressed that you live with a Shar Pei. I don't travel much myself at the moment (because my humans can't right now_, but i know quite a few dogs who do and I think your service will be invaluable to many.

    Those collars are beautiful. I'll have to put one on my wish list.

  • I'm so pleased that you guys love the new collars!! It was my honour to outfit the GPF mascots :)

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