For identification functions I just purchased collars from safedogid.com, I suppose they’re great! Super soft neoprene collars designed to stretch and are available off in case of accident. You just write your contact data on them with a Sharpie. My canine have been going and not using a collar at home until now, I really feel comfortable leaving these on them with out supervision. It may additionally be troublesome to find collars that match tiny dogs well – and infrequently, if you do discover a really small collar, the ring is so tiny that it’s hard to connect a leash or ID tag. © Victoria L. Almgren | DreamstimeWhole Dog Journalbelievescollars are a good way to keep licenses and other identification tags on dogs – not necessarily for attaching a leash.