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rdmedders
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Snaps , swivels and dog chain

How sells good dog snaps and dog chain ? I’ve always bought my from Lowe’s, looking for some that are a heavier gage?

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Tractor Supply Co has all different sizes to choose from.

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Re: Snaps , swivels and dog chain

[QUOTE]Originally posted by rdmedders
How sells good dog snaps and dog chain ? I’ve always bought my from Lowe’s, looking for some that are a heavier gage? [/QUOTE
Man I been thinking about posting this question on here too, especially hooks. My dogs snap those brass snaps like toys. Either I've got stronger dogs than in years past or the snaps have gone to junk!
I buy 2/0 chain in a bulk 100' box pretty reasonable on ebay.

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Rolin Blues
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snaps, etc.

I buy heavier chain @ lumber yard. For snaps, just buy heavier horse snaps @ any supply store. Don't like inside release, but they are made a lot stronger. Take care, Ron.

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Pat Miltons
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CALF snaps work great! The ones I get have the swivel right on them. Maybe the same thing as the horse snaps the above person mentioned. One of my chains I have them on both ends and has been in use over 20 years.

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