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We are taking our mission to safeguard street dogs in Bangalore to the next level! After collaring 600+ street dogs, we are now all set to start the next phase of our reflective collar drive. As part of this drive, we will be offering Free reflective collars with ID tags all across Bangalore. Join us: 📢 Share about this initiative 🫂 Volunteer with Team Kuddle Together, let's make Bangalore a safer place for our beloved street friends ❤️ Fill out this form to volunteer for this initiative 👇 https://forms.gle/iLdT6JkaLY1f4EgV6

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Mahima Srivastav

I recently bought and placed the same on some of our street doggos. Sadly they were teenagers and still teething and ripped it off. Older doggos are less resistant.

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Hrishikesh Sumesh

Lets do this

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Kuddle

Kuddle

Hey Mahima, It's advised to not collar the young doggos as they are in their growing stage and if they accidentally wander away and they have nobody to take care of, they will outgrow the collar and it will begin to choke. Collar only mature adult doggos with a 2-finger gap between the collar and their neck. If they are not comfortable and not letting you approach them, start slowly and feed them for a few weeks and gradually they might permit you.

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