Goober Dog Collars

Nov 16, 2023

Pets should be stylish onboard too! These handcrafted dog collars were born in East Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia and are inspired by the beach-loving lifestyle of the salty dogs. The collars are made from water-resistant and marine-grade materials that stand up to all elements – and stink! Handmade in Canada, they come with a stainless-steel triangle D ring and are easy to clean. Choose from a variety of styles and patterns with lots of sizes to suit your furry friend. Showcase your pet’s personality this holiday season with a new collar!

MSRP: Starting at $28.99 CAD

Visit: gooberdogcollars.ca/collections/the-collar

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