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Big Bad Woof Co.

Quick Release E-Collar with Bungee

Quick Release E-Collar with Bungee

Regular price $40.00 USD
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This listing is for one quick release e-collar strap with a bungee. The width for most e-collars is 3/4", but please measure before ordering to ensure you purchase the width that is compatible with your receiver. 

These straps won't fit every dog! Adding the bungee takes up quite a bit more space than just having the buckles, so the smallest this collar can go is 13.5"! These are also a little bit bulky, and might not be the most comfortable if your dog has a thin neck. The length you select when you order the collar is the total length, each collar has holes starting at around 13.5". Please keep in mind that the "length" of the collar will be shorter after the e-collar receiver has been added to it, it can change depending on the brand and model. Mini Educator receivers take up around 2" of strap.

Beta Biothane is .1" thick, please make sure it will fit your e-collar receiver before ordering (it fits Mini Educator and Dogtra e-collars, but for others you will have to measure). It is slightly thicker than the straps that come with the e-collars, so it can be a little bit harder to feed the receiver through the strap.

The available hardware choices are nickel plated and solid brass. Solid brass is rust proof, so if your collar will be repeatedly exposed to water, it would be the best hardware choice! Please note that brass will darken as it develops a patina. This is a normal occurrence and does not affect the hardware. 

To maintain, simply wipe with a wet paper towel, or wash with soap and water. Avoid wetting plated hardware as it is not rust proof, and it should be dried after water exposure.


While biothane is the perfect material for dogs who are frequently exposed to water, it should not be used in chemically treated pools. Chlorine can cause the biothane to crack. Biothane should not be used with a flea collar. Collars should be removed when a topical flea treatment is administered, and may be replaced once the treatment has fully dried. As with chlorine, flea collars/treatments can cause biothane to crack. This does not happen in every instance, but be aware that it is a possibility and these things should be avoided for the longevity of your gear.

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Customer Reviews

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Josh Ware
Great collar!

I got a ecollar strap for my malinois and I will say it’s way better quality than any other ones I’ve had! The biothane was amazing quality, the bungee was perfect in the amount of give it has and the hardware was beautiful!