Searching for a new pink dog collar? Whether pink is your favorite color or it just looks the best on your dog's coat, we have all the best pink dog collars listed here!

Listed below are a variety of pink collars, including climbing rope collars, waterproof Biothane, unique prints, and more. And the best part is, all of these options are available in a traditional collar style, or can be upgraded to be used with your Fi dog GPS tracking module.

How To Choose The Best Collar For Your Dog:

There's quite a few things to consider when purchasing the right collar for your dog - How big are they? Are they still growing? Do they like to swim a lot? Are they super strong?

First thing to consider is the material of the collar - if you have a dog that swims a lot or loves to roll around in mud and dirt, then a cotton or nylon collar isn't going to last them too long. For dogs like this, you'll want an easy to clean, waterproof option like Biothane or waterproof coated canvas.

Now, how big is your dog? Not necessarily how much they weigh, but their body dimensions. If your dog has a shorter neck, like a pug or any smaller breed dog, you'll want to find a collar with a thinner band - 3/4" is probably best, and no bigger than 1". For dog's with longer necks, 1.5" collars will be the best option. Not sure? 1" collars are always a safe bet and are the most common.

If your dog is very strong and pulls a lot on walks, you're going to want to make sure to pay attention to the hardware on the collar. Cobra or Fidlock buckles are great for huge dogs or strong pullers as they offer even more security than your standard buckle. If you have a tiny pup, you're going to want to look for a plastic buckle rather than a metal one to reduce the amount of weight on their neck.

Now let's take a look at the best pink dog collars around:

Lucky + Dog

Lucky + Dog offers a classic, simple pink collar that will pop on any pup! Because it's compatible with the Fi module, your dog will not only look great at the dog park, but you'll never have to worry about them running off too far either. The best of both worlds, really.

Banded Pines

If you're looking for a darker, bolder pink, then this collar is for you! Banded Pines collars are water resistant and hold up to all doggy adventures, so if your dog has rougher edge to their girly exterior, you're going to want to invest in this durable pink dog collar.

Hypnotic Dog Co.

This is for the all the girly pups! Hypnotic Dog Co collars are beaded and look more like a pretty accessory than they do a dog collar, but they hold up just as well as any other on the market. These collars are strung together with airplane grade wire, so this collar is just as tough and durable as it is pretty and pink!

Zaley Designs

For the plant lovers, this pink Monstera leaf collar is an absolute MUST in your dog's wardrobe! Zaley Designs' fabric collars are gently on skin and fur and the gold hardware elevates these collars to a whole new level.

Finn & Me

Another classic pink collar you can't go wrong with! Like this others, this collar is compatible with your Fi module, so 24/7 tracking is still possible with this pink collar option. Finn & Me collars are crafted with leather, making cleaning them a breeze.

How To Measure Your Dog's Collar Size:

Ready to snag one of these great collars? For a proper fit, make sure to measure your dog's neck and don't just guess!

  • Measure a few inches down from their head and then add an inch for very small dogs or two inches for medium and large dogs.
  • Pull the tape snug but not tight. (If you don't have a tape measure or its too stiff, you can use a piece of string and then measure the string with a rigid ruler)
  • This extra space allows enough room to slip two fingers between the collar and the dog's neck (the “Two Fingers” rule)
  • When you slide the width of your two fingers between the collar and neck, the collar should feel snug, but not tight.