Black leather gloves are everywhere these days, but a leather dog collar might be just as handy.
A study published by a team of researchers led by Jason Bittner from UC San Diego, showed that leather dog collas were effective at keeping dogs safe from being crushed and broken by large objects.
The leather dog cuffs were used to capture a variety of objects and to protect the dogs.
They’re also good for the environment.
The team also used the collar to test its effectiveness in controlling dogs while walking, and to study the effect of using the collars in a cage environment.
Bittner and his colleagues created a test of the collar in a box, which the researchers then taped to the top of a fence.
The researchers found that the leather collar was effective in preventing a dog from being smashed by a 10-foot tall steel railing.
The collar is also a good conductor of electricity, and can be used to control dogs that are getting tired of walking, the team reported.
“The collar can be a very effective tool for reducing stress, decreasing the risk of injuries, and for reducing dog aggression,” Bittler said.
“If you’re going to use it for that purpose, I’d say it’s pretty important to have some kind of a protective system on your dog.”