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Sid_Wolf

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About Sid_Wolf

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  • Birthday 09/11/1990

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    Sid
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    Ipswich, Suffolk
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    Owner of Indi-Dog Collars & More
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    Huskies!
  1. What type of harness where you using? The only harnesses which are escape proof are ones which have a second belly strap around where their tummy tucks up. I make one called the Houdini, which is very popular with escape artist dogs, and can be customised with added extras like front rings and grab handles They start at £20 (use the coupon code INDI-HUSKY for 10% off) and we ship worldwide
  2. Hey folks, how are you all? Quick update! We've now moved and settled in, and the dogs are very happy! We don't have much of a garden (just a tiny slab of concrete) so we are out 3 times a day, and there's so many cool places to explore here! Wales definitely beats Suffolk for walks! We have just started an ongoing giveaway, the winner will be drawn on the 28th of each month and the prize is a £10 shopping code valid for 3 months. To enter just post a pic of your dog on an adventure to FB/IG with the hashtag #madeforadventures Dogs must be wearing Indi-Dog gear in the picture and we may use your picture for advertising. Open worldwide, US/Canada winners will get the equivalent USD/Cad (at the time of winning) to spend on the US/Canada sites Now we have moved we are based in Powys (on the Shropshire border), and we'll be attending camp. If you would like equipment to be delivered in camp or to book your dogs in for measuring by us then drop me a message on here There's a website code that will remove any shipping if you want to collect from us (either from our home or camp), the code is COLLECT
  3. This is stuff that's important to learn in depth well in advance of allowing her to mate, rather than a week in advance. Your vet and established breeders are the best people to ask for advice, people who have experience in breeding dogs. If you do insist on going ahead with this mating hopefully the stud owner is experienced and knows how to handle the dogs to avoid injuries, but please consider not going ahead, at least until her next season. Spend the next 6 months talking to actual breeders, vets, researching what can go wrong and how to prevent/deal with it, and also how to breed ethically. You are honestly doing her no favours and putting her at risk if you go ahead next week
  4. Coming along for the weekend but will go home for the night Sid, rick, Blake. Kira & Keyusha for definate. Grey maybe the other day
  5. Sorry I haven't been back here for a while, I tend to hang around on Facebook more I thought I'd check in and see how everyone is, and update you all on various goings on you might not have seen on the FB page 1st things 1st, we are moving in 10 days! We'll no longer be Suffolk based, we'll be on the Welsh border! 2nd, the above means we will be at camp! We won't stay over, we plan to come along on both days, with our friendly girls one day, and maybe grey the other. Grey is reactive so needs a bit more attention and ruins the fun for the girls if we have them all! Marc has kindly given us the go ahead to bring equipment along, so we'll have a selection of our range with us available to try & buy 3rd, we've launched a few new products over the last 6 months or so, there's 2 of us now which has allowed the vari-fit range to become a reality (nice to see you all enjoying it BTW!) and we've added biothane, which I love. More recently we've expanded our waterproof neoprene padding range and added breakaway safety collars, which we are now using on all our own dogs And lastly, we're having a small sale tonight on facey, a few vault items, sizing returns etc, so check out the Facebook page from 8pm to grab some discounted gear, there's even a walking belt up for grabs! I should end it there, today has been far less productive than I had intended, I'll check back in later once I've done some work Sid Indi-DogUK
  6. Happy New year folks! Sale time again! There's 20% off the entire Indi-Dog range throughout January with the code: NEWYEAR16 I've also finally got fabric harnesses and leads on the website, and 13 brand new fabrics to choose from! As well as a few new ribbon designs I've messed around with the layout/ordering system on the website, so any feedback on that would be much appreciated www.indi-dog.co.uk
  7. Hi @khondow18 I would recommend the Houdini Ultra for your girl, it is pretty much impossible to escape from! It has an extra belly strap which sits around their belly rather than their chest, so they cannot back out of it This can be ordered here http://indi-dog.co.uk/25mm-dog-harness?product_id=96
  8. Yep what Zeke said this exact harness isnt on the website as it was a custom design for Zeke. But it can be replicated Just drop me an email at sales@indi-dog.co.uk or find me on facebook www.facebook.com/indidogcollars and send me a message You can message me on here but it might take me a few weeks to get back to you as I dont get on here as often as I should
  9. Kato's gear is ready and about to go to the post office @Zekeracelis
  10. Hi Sid, we'd still like to buy a couple of rings for Broder's head collar off you if possible? We need them ASAP. If not can you let me know where I could buy some? Thanks

  11. :wave: Wanted to stop by and say Hi! I hope you are having a wonderful day!

  12. buckle collars cost the same as martingales, so if you order a martingale with the ribbon you want and extra ring, it will be the same price, just put 'buckle' along with his neck measurment in the box :)

  13. How much would a buckle collar cost with ribbon and extra d ring? Would we just order not through your site but just paying via paypal? He hasn't managed to slip out of his buckle collar yet (we just use it to take him into the garden), so I don't think we'll need a half check (my mistake, I thought the tightening might help with pulling). He doesn't walk so well on just his collar so I think we'll try a head collar, hopefully he won't grow much bigger so we'll be able to use it for a while! Thanks :)

  14. Hiya, I can do buckles but we rarely sell any which is why they're not on the site. My guys have half checks because they can't slip them, but they don't really help with pulling much, if they're playing up and pulling lots I use a head collar :)

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