Monday, May 9, 2011

Potcake Collars Review

Potcake Collars has stylish collars and bandanas for your dog, no matter how big or how small.  Available in 3 different sizes to ensure the perfect fit.

Our Brazillian mastiff, Rocky, has been sporting his new "Yellow Tail" Potcake Collar all over town.  

I must say that the yellow looks wonderful on him, bright and adorable!  I love how it looks against his black fur.  It stands out and makes a statement.  Proving that boys can wear flowers and still look tough.

 The collar is high quality and looks great.  Strong and durable while being soft and flexible, making it comfortable for your dog to wear.

  The variety of colors and designs are wonderful.  Everything from hot pink to neon green, bright red to dark blue.  Plus, all Potcake Collars are machine washable.

I was impressed at how quickly my collar arrived.  In addition, the clasp is easy to open but latches tightly.  So easy that my kids can easily take it on and off the puppy as needed.


"Potcake" is the Bahamian term for the thick, leftover food that remains in the bottom of a pot of peas 'n rice after several reheatings.Traditionally, Bahamians fed potcake to the outdoor, indigenous dogs that freely populated the Bahamas. Hence the dogs have come to be known as Potcakes. Although officially considered mixed breed dogs, the Royal Bahamian Potcake is now a recognized breed in The Bahamas. They have distinct characteristics of size and temperament. This is because, until very recently, all island dogs shared the same isolated gene pool. This makes the Potcake an extremely unique species of canine. Throughout the islands, you can see many of these local dogs that are in desperate need of a home and someone to love them.

Nonprofit organizations rescue the homeless dogs on the islands, and help to get them adopted, when these animals otherwise may have not had a chance of surviving on their own. Many tourists go to the islands for a relaxing vacation, and end up finding so much more—a family member and lifetime friend.
Please click on one of these links to help out a potcake.

**I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Results may vary. I was not compensated in any other way for this review.

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