How To Make a Martingale Collar for Dogs.
The tightening action of a martingale collar evenly distributes pressure around the neck and prevents the dog from backing out of the collar. Martingales have grown in popularity among trainers and owners of other breeds as these collars work much better than a regular collar, on all dogs, are more humane than choke chains, and provide added control for strong pullers.
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Our range of Half Check Dog Collars (also known as half choke collars and martingale collars) are extremely strong and durable. Designed for dogs that pull, they are much kinder than a full choke chain and are also suitable for dogs that are able to slip out of a standard collar.
A martingale is a type of dog collar that provides more control, without the choking effect of a slip collar. The martingale dog collar was designed for sighthounds because their necks are larger than their heads and they can slip out of buckle collars. Martingale dog collars are fitted to the exact size of the dog’s neck when the collar is.
Martingale collars are like flat collars but they tighten when the dog pulls. Even though they tighten, they are generally not used for giving a correction the way a choke chain is. Rather, they are used because they are less likely to slip over the dog’s head when adjusted correctly than a flat collar is.
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