Vineyard Vines vs Our Good Dog Spot – Dog Collar Comparison


Our Good Dog Spot has made some very exciting changes in the past few months. Along with redesigning our online store, we have also decided to focus exclusively on our own unique, nautical-themed dog collars and accessories.

In the past, OGDS also offered Vineyard Vines dog collars to all of our customers because they made a good quality collar with colorful and fun, preppy designs. However, going forward, we will be 100% Our Good Dog Spot!

We’ve experienced consistent growth and an increased customer base as a result of the development of our own exclusive, truly “Spot” designs. Our products have peaked the interest of the boating and coastal communities.

So we’ve decided that going forward we will no longer offer Vineyard Vines dog collars. We’ll offer our customers only OGDS original designs, the very best dog collars for your preppy and nautical pup.

For all of our loyal customers, we’d like to share the differences between Our Good Dog Spot collars and Vineyard Vines dog collars.


Dogs everywhere are barking for nautical, preppy dog collars. OGDS’ exclusive, unique, fun dog collars, leads and After 5′ bowties are sure to impress your family and friends.

We’re fully stocked and happy to outfit nautical, preppy pups everywhere.

We just rolled out Spring 2019 new designs, but stay connected with us because we have exciting designs for the summer!

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Vineyard Vines Patchwork Dog Collars are back in stock in large and x-large.

Vineyard Vines Patchwork dog collar


Get your big dog a new Vineyard Vines Patchwork dog collar for the new year…while supplies last.


Every dog should look this good.


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Visit us at the Newport International Boat Show this Weekend.

We’re thrilled to be back in beautiful Newport, RI this weekend for the 46th Annual Newport International Boat Show. You’ll find us in the same spot as always – Tent B / Booth 35. The show encompasses 13 acres of historic Newport Harbor. Enjoy everything our grand City-by-the-Sea has to offer while experiencing a full range of powerboats and sailboats from both domestic and international companies.


We’re excited to debut some brand new Spot original designs…lobsters, whales, repp stripes, holiday plaid…We wish we could give you a sneak preview of these fetching nautical and preppy dog collars here, but these are so fresh that haven’t even made it to photography yet! Stay tuned…they’ll be available on our website soon!

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Join us this Saturday at Bark in the Park in Plymouth, Ma.

Our Good Dog Spot will be at the Bark in the Park Festival!

Bark in the Park logo

The event will be held this Saturday, May 14th from 10:00 a.m. from 4:00 p.m. at Nelson Street Park in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The scheduled rain date is Sunday, May 15th, but the weather’s looking great for Saturday!

The event kicks off at 10:00 with the Run, Walk, Wag Fun Race. This 2-mile jaunt takes place along the Nelson Park Rail Trail and is great for participants of all ages.

After the walk, there’ll be awesome activities for the whole family, two and four-legged!

  • Pet-friendly craft vendors
  • Food Vendors
  • Several adoptable dogs
  • Rabies Clinic
  • Blessing of the animals
  • Live entertainment
  • A variety of different dog contests
  • Fun family activities

We are so excited to see everyone there! If you want to check out our products before the event this weekend, take a look here! For more information about the event,  check out the Bark in the Park website.

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OGDS at Paws in the Park in Sudbury, MA

Once again, we’re thrilled to be part of  Save A Dog’s 16th Annual Paws in the Park Dog Walk in Sudbury, MA. The event will be held this Sunday, May 1st, at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, 72 Wayside Inn Road.

The event is from 10:00am – 3:00pm, rain or shine! The walk starts at 11:00, and there’ll be lots of fun throughout the day.

This awesome day includes:

  • Agility Try-out ring
  • A Parade of Adoptable Dogs
  • Doggie Games
  • Face painting for the kids
  • A silent auction
  • Food, exhibitors, and more

Paws in the Park raises money to help homeless dogs, so check out the list of rescues and vendors, and plan to join us this Sunday!



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2015 Plymouth Waterfront Festival

This Saturday Our Good Dog Spot will be in downtown Plymouth, MA for the 2015 Plymouth Waterfront Festival. This charming end-of-summer festival is held annually in Plymouth, MA at, well the Plymouth Waterfront. All day Saturday downtown Plymouth will be filled with music, entertainment, food, and vendors from all around the New England area– including us! The festival is open from 10:30am to 7:00pm, and completely free to the public.

We will be there all day, at booth #234, with a full complement of Our Good Dog Spot Originals.

Plymouth Waterfront Festival Logo

The Plymouth Waterfront Festival features two stages of music, hosting bands and artists from 10am until 7pm, ending when the festival closes for the evening. From 11:00am until 3:00pm the festival is a showing grounds for car enthusiasts, as the festival’s Cruise-in Car Show takes over the Jenny Grist Mill portion of the grounds. For those four hours, the sharpest things on four wheels are on display, with a soundtrack provided by Daddy-O, who will be playing on the nearby Jenny Grist Mill stage.

There will be a Kids FUN Zone for the little ones, complete with inflatables, games, and more. At 5:00pm the festival will kick off this year’s Ducky Dash, which will be fun for kids and adults alike.

Plymouth is, of course, one of the most historically important towns in the United States. Plymouth is the site of the original colony founded by the Pilgrims in 1620, a fact that features prominently in the town even today. You can track the original journey of the Pilgrims from ship to colony. Take a tour of the Mayflower II, a reproduction of the original Mayflower. Plymouth Rock the traditional site of the Pilgrims’ disembarking from the Mayflower, is a popular historical attraction and preserved as a state park. Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum that recreates the original Plymouth colony from the 17th century. This certainly doesn’t exhaust all there is to do in Plymouth outside of the Waterfront Festival– you could easily make a weekend of it!
We hope to see you there!



Every dog should look this good.

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