A little known invention has been gaining momentum in Ireland for years.
It was designed by a young man named Kevin O’Neill and patented in 2010.
The collars have been in use for almost 40 years, and have been used by thousands of dogs.
The invention is that the collars are made from an adhesive, that allows them to be easily removed from the wearer.
But there’s another side to the story.
Some dogs wear the collar on their heads.
They’re known as ‘dog collars’ because of the way they attach to the head and the way the collar is shaped to fit over the dog’s head.
Some of the best-known dog collared breeds are the Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier and the Labrador.
Dog collars can also be used by people.
Kevin O’Donnell’s invention is also used by the dog rescue organisation Paws for Life in Ireland.
This is a very interesting idea, and I think it will be something that will help us all live healthier and happier lives, he said.
He’s hoping that he and his wife have made the collared dogs available to dog owners in the UK, the US and Ireland.
But, how well will it work?
I think it is going to be a very practical and practical solution for people to be able to have a more active life, and be able put their dogs in a safe environment, and to be more active in their community, said Kevin O.
It’s a very effective way of giving people a different activity and a different way of being.
I don’t think it’s going to take us away from our jobs, but it could really make us feel a little bit better about our life, he added.
A collared dog, with the collar and its collar clip attached.
The Collar is the most common type of dog collar, and it’s often seen by the public wearing a T-shirt or vest.
This particular collared collared collar has been designed by an Irishman and has a black collar and a white collar clip.
The collar can be removed with a clip attached to the collar, but can also easily be re-attached with the right tool.
A photo of Kevin O O’Niell and his ‘dog collar’ design.
Kevin was working on his design when he was killed by a car.
He was working for the Irish Wildlife Service and the National Park Service, and had a job to do with the rescue group Paws For Life in Dublin.
He left behind a wife and three children, and was a great husband to them.
The idea for the collar came about when he saw a dog collaring project on TV, he told The Irish Post.
“I said to myself that it would be really cool to make a collar and see if I could do that.
I had a design in mind, but I had no idea how I was going to do it.
I thought maybe it would make people more happy with their dog.”
The collared design came to him after watching a video of a Pomeranians dog colliding with a tree.
Kevin, who was in his late 20s at the time, wanted to be part of something that would make him feel happier.
“It was something that I really liked.
I didn’t want to be in the situation where I was stuck with a dead dog.
I wanted to do something to help the animal, to have it have a normal life, so I thought, ‘How can I do that?
How can I help someone?'”
Kevin said he knew that the design was going through an extensive process before it was finalised.
“The idea was going back to the very beginning, but the idea came to me very quickly.
I wasn’t sure what it was going on with, but just having a collared version was really exciting,” he said, adding that the first version was a bit of a “dream”.
Kevin was a dog trainer in Ireland and his passion was to bring people together.
“When I came back from Ireland I was quite proud of myself.
I felt really happy, but also quite proud that I did something that was just really personal for me and my family.
It had a very personal aspect to it, and that was really important for me.”
He was also interested in what would happen to the collated dogs after they’d been used, and the results of the collaring process.
“What happens to the dog when they’re collared?
The dog loses a bit, but they’re still very happy and affectionate, but that’s not the end of it.
They still have the same coat, and they still have that bond with their owners.
And I thought the idea of a collar that was removable was interesting, so that’s how”
So I was interested in how it would affect the dog and how it might affect their lives after they’ve been used,” he explained.
“And I thought the idea of a collar that was removable was interesting, so that’s how