Ruff and Rugged

These Made in the USA, reflective dog collars, leashes, and harnesses keep up with your pup’s stints and stunts. They’re essentially indestructible. They’re made for the active pup and pup parent. In fact, Maker Ken Goldman took a lot of his cues from rugged camping gear, designing comfortable dog gear that stands up to the elements. The lightweight BioThane collars resist water and odors. Made with material that stays flexible—even in cold weather—these collars won’t pinch the skin or mat fur when your dog runs, plays, and gets muddied up. Ken caters to your active undertakings as well. The Stunt Runner leash straps to your waist so you can walk (or should we say run?) your dog without using your hands. The stretchy material lets the leash get longer and shorter, absorbing variations in your and your dog’s stride. Stunt Puppy tackles any obstacles that might impede your pup’s adventures, giving them gear they’ll forget they have on.

Stunt Puppy

Reflective Dog Accessories

Ruff and Rugged

These Made in the USA, reflective dog collars, leashes, and harnesses keep up with your pup’s stints and stunts. They’re essentially indestructible. They’re made for the active pup and pup parent. In fact, Maker Ken Goldman took a lot of his cues from rugged camping gear, designing comfortable dog gear that stands up to the elements. The lightweight BioThane collars resist water and odors. Made with material that stays flexible—even in cold weather—these collars won’t pinch the skin or mat fur when your dog runs, plays, and gets muddied up. Ken caters to your active undertakings as well. The Stunt Runner leash straps to your waist so you can walk (or should we say run?) your dog without using your hands. The stretchy material lets the leash get longer and shorter, absorbing variations in your and your dog’s stride. Stunt Puppy tackles any obstacles that might impede your pup’s adventures, giving them gear they’ll forget they have on.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Ken
    Ken

    Hello Grommet fans! I’m Ken Goldman, founder of Stunt Puppy. We’re excited to featured on today’s Grommet. For the last 10 years, we’ve been striving to make the best outdoor/active gear for your dog and we’re excited to share it with you.

  • Veronica
    Veronica
    3/21/2017 10:42 AM

    I have a friend who lives out of the way and her long haired black dog often gets lost in the dark in the backyard. I noticed the reflective collars are not shown on any long haired dogs. How visible will this collar be thru all the hair? This is a big problem.

  • Ken
    Ken – Special Guest
    3/21/2017 10:48 AM

    @Veronica Great question. The collars are retroreflective so they reflect light back to the light source. So, if any light can get through the hair to the collar - it will reflect back. You should still get a decent amount of reflectivity in a long haired dog as we use a large reflective strip on all our collars. I use them on both my Goldens and they work great. That being said - if you're not happy with any purchase - we'll make it right. Hope this helps.

  • Fran
    Fran
    3/21/2017 1:20 PM

    I've been looking for a new collar for my dog that is durable and reflective and these seem to fit the bill. Well done!!

    I noticed though that the collars are only available in small and large, my dog usually wears a medium. Can you please tell me the size ranges for the small and large collars?

    Thanks, Fran

  • Ken
    Ken – Special Guest
    3/21/2017 1:26 PM

    @Fran You can see sizing info here: http://assets.thegrommet.com/photos/StuntPuppy.CollarSize.png

    Measure your dog's neck. 12-16 will be small and 14-21 will be large. Also - the large is one inch wide versus the 3/4 inch of the small. Hope that helps. Let us know if you have more questions.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Stunt Puppy

Reflective Dog Accessories

Ruff and Rugged

These Made in the USA, reflective dog collars, leashes, and harnesses keep up with your pup’s stints and stunts. They’re essentially indestructible.

They’re made for the active pup and pup parent. In fact, Maker Ken Goldman took a lot of his cues from rugged camping gear, designing comfortable dog gear that stands up to the
elements.

The lightweight BioThane collars resist water and odors. Made with material that stays flexible—even in cold weather—these collars won’t pinch the skin or mat fur when your dog runs, plays, and gets muddied up.

Ken caters to your active undertakings as well. The Stunt Runner leash straps to your waist so you can walk (or should we say run?) your dog without using your hands. The stretchy material lets the leash get longer and shorter, absorbing variations in your and your dog’s stride.

Stunt Puppy tackles any obstacles that might impede your pup’s adventures, giving them gear they’ll forget they have on.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Ken
    Ken

    Hello Grommet fans! I’m Ken Goldman, founder of Stunt Puppy. We’re excited to featured on today’s Grommet. For the last 10 years, we’ve been striving to make the best outdoor/active gear for your dog and we’re excited to share it with you.

  • Veronica
    Veronica
    3/21/2017 10:42 AM

    I have a friend who lives out of the way and her long haired black dog often gets lost in the dark in the backyard. I noticed the reflective collars are not shown on any long haired dogs. How visible will this collar be thru all the hair? This is a big problem.

  • Ken
    Ken – Special Guest
    3/21/2017 10:48 AM

    @Veronica Great question. The collars are retroreflective so they reflect light back to the light source. So, if any light can get through the hair to the collar - it will reflect back. You should still get a decent amount of reflectivity in a long haired dog as we use a large reflective strip on all our collars. I use them on both my Goldens and they work great. That being said - if you're not happy with any purchase - we'll make it right. Hope this helps.

  • Fran
    Fran
    3/21/2017 1:20 PM

    I've been looking for a new collar for my dog that is durable and reflective and these seem to fit the bill. Well done!!

    I noticed though that the collars are only available in small and large, my dog usually wears a medium. Can you please tell me the size ranges for the small and large collars?

    Thanks, Fran

  • Ken
    Ken – Special Guest
    3/21/2017 1:26 PM

    @Fran You can see sizing info here: http://assets.thegrommet.com/photos/StuntPuppy.CollarSize.png

    Measure your dog's neck. 12-16 will be small and 14-21 will be large. Also - the large is one inch wide versus the 3/4 inch of the small. Hope that helps. Let us know if you have more questions.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.