10 Best Collars For Morkies

Morkies are the adorable cross between a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier. It’s often hard to find collars small enough, so read on for the 10 best collars for Morkies.

They’re teeny, for sure—typically weighing between four and eight pounds and only getting to be about six-eight inches tall. You want to make sure that while your Morkie is in style, it’s an appropriate collar, and here are some of our favorites.

1. Yunt Neck Bling. Morkies are show-offs and everyone loves too go gaga over them. So let them stand out with this neck bling from Yunt. It comes in red and pink, and is very reasonably priced at $7.09. They say it’s great for formal events, but let’s be real. Your Morkie will want to wear it all the time.

2. PetFavorites Rhinestone Designer Collar. If you’re looking for a little classic bling with some color to peek out from your Morkie’s adorable fur, this one is for you. Enough rhinestone to flaunt, but in understated black to blend. Throw in some bright colored flowers and all your Morkie’s moods are covered! It retails for $8.59.

3. Blueberry No-Buckle Collar. If your Morkie is a girly-girl who doesn’t need to throw out the bling to make her presence known, you’ll love this Blueberry No-Buckle Collar. Easy to care for and six different patterns for your pretty little puppy, we love the no-buckle part so your delicate one won’t be irritated. It retails for $13.99.

4. DiDog Leather Collar With Slippable Tag. This leather collar identifies your Morkie in a classic and stylish way, and comes in extra-teensy for a just-right fit. It’s customizable and the tag slips bag and forth on the collar so it doesn’t sit and irritate in one place. We love the little jewel that hangs for just a touch of sass. It retails for $6.99.

5. USP Bowtie Collar. Morkies like to look dapper, and this bowtie will be the talk of the town for your Morkie boy wherever you go. Soft and comfy material, easy to care for and adorable patterns that will have him feeling like a million bucks. It retails for $12.99.

6. Luna Adjustable Nylon Collar. Basic but bold, this nylon adjustable collar from Luna has 3M reflective striping and is comfortably padded to be enjoyable for your little guy to wear. The stainless steel O-ring for the leash won’t rust, and the XXS will fit perfectly for most Morkies. It retails for $10.95.

7. Hipidog Engraved Collar. This tagless collar from Hipidog stops that pesky tag noise in the middle of the night, and information is lasered onto the engraveable stainless nameplate. It comes in XXS so should fit that tiny little one of yours, and there are tons of colors and prints to match your Morkie’s feelings of the day. It retails for $18.85.

8. Trushow Collar With Bell. Then again, you may want to be able to hear your little one coming (or going) so this Trushow collar with a bell is perfect. Simple in design and function, but perfectly purposed to do the job, this collar retails for $9.99 and comes in an assortment of colors.

9. PetFavorites Daisy Dog Collar. Is your Morkie the sunshine in your life? Say hello to Flower Power, then! This daisy flower collar will show the world with a big, bright sunshiney daisy! It comes in lots of pretty, bright colors and retails for $7.99.

10. Leather Daisy Dog Collar. If you want to stay with a sunshine daisy theme, but your Morkie may be a little understated, this leather collar is perfect for you and your pup! It’s made from a lightweight and durable leather, and is padded on the underside for comfort. It retails for $6.50.

Lori Ennis

Lori Ennis is a wife, mama and friend to all animals. A self-confessed “Hot Mess,” she lives wherever the Marine Corps takes her husband. Currently, that’s Maryland with her very spoiled Labrador Retriever-mix rescue pups and a ton of saltwater fish just tanking around. Lori’s family has fostered dogs for years, mostly Golden Retrievers, and knows no home is complete without an animal buddy (or seven)!

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