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2 Hounds Design Dog Collar with Martingale Adjustable Safety Col

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Size:1" Wide XLarge (20"-26")  |  Color:Daisy Dot

What is a Martingale Collar? Dog collars serve two primary functions. First, they help keep your pet’s ID tag attached to them at all times. And second, they offer an anchor point to attach a leash.

Martingale dog collars do this, and so much more! They give you control over your pet and help keep them safely on-leash without choking them.

The martingale collar design is an improvement on the choke chain. But unlike choke chains, they allow you to adjust and control the fit around your pet’s neck.

Other popular names a martingales collar are: Greyhound collars, Whippet collars, No-slip/Limited-slip collars, or Humane choke collars.

What Dog Breeds Should Wear a Martingale Collar?

Martingale dog collars were developed for hounds with large necks and small heads. The most common breed that fits this description is the sighthound.

Sighthounds refer to dogs that hunt primarily by sight and speed rather than by scent. Some of their key features include: lean bodies, long legs, flexible backs and deep chests.

But martingale collars are not exclusive to sighthounds. They are just as effective on other breeds. They are available in a wide variety of sizes and shapes to suit every dog and are an invaluable asset when training pups. Especially those that like to tug on the leash, or have a knack for slipping out of their collars.

Their design offers more control when needed, and is much safer on dogs of all ages. This is why martingales come highly recommended for puppies and older dogs alike!

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