paracord dog collar
paracord dog collar
How much paracord do I need for a dog collar?
The first step in making this type of dog collar is to measure the size that would fit around your dog’s neck Paracord.
You will need about 1 to 1 ½ feet of cord per inch of your dog’s collar
Take the end of the border strand and then pull it through the loop made by the main strand.
Pull the main cord and the border cord until creates a knot and then push the knot upwards until towards the end of the buckle
first you’ll need to gather the following item to make the collars of correct side.
you’ll nned to make a few measurements the start measure your dog’s neck or call and write that number down.
this is the total length of collar we will be making.
for each inch of your collar you will need one foot of paracord remember that the plastic buckle.
will add around 2.5 inches the total length if your dog’s neck measures 10 inches subtract 2.5 inches to find the total paracord length
of 7.5 inches for 7.5 inches of final paracord length.
we wil need 7.5 feet each color paracord.
next we’ll prep the buckle thread each color through the male en of the buckle.
pull the paracord until you’re left with a lot of foot remaining.
then fold over one end paracord and thread it througth the female end of the buckle
so that it creates a loop.
How do you make a paracord dog collar?
Attach the paracord to the buckles, like in the pictures.
Lay the piece of paracord.
that you want to be the center collar across the middle.
Then with the second collar over the top of the first, around the back, and up through the hole made by the first piece of paracord, and pull it tight.
Then braid in D ring using the center piece of paracord.
Keep doing the same braid.
Continue the same braid after you braid in the D rind
Keep braiding until you reach the other buckle, then cut and melt the ends
Now your paracord dog collar is complete
How do I calculate how much paracord I need?
Paracord, of course. A paracord dog toy will be the ultimate test for your dog, entertaining it as it tries for hours on end to chew through the resistant cordage.