Good2Go Adjustable Blue Nylon Buckle Dog Collar, Medium

Most dogs are trained on leash using a buckle or quick-release collar.
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This martingale-style dog collar has an added quick-release snap buckle for easier on and off! Martingale collars are safer than choke chains or prong collars. Used with a leash or with your hand, the martingale collar tightens when your dog pulls and loosens when he stops, so it’s only tight when it needs to be. These collars give you greater control and reduce the risk of your dog slipping out and escaping.
personalized custom engraved buckle webbing dog collar from designer Mimi Green. Laser engraved with your dog’s name
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Photo provided by FlickrDog collars are made with a miniature Seatbelt buckle that quickly and safely releases with the push of a button.
Photo provided by FlickrWith a quick-release buckle, you would be able to quickly and conveniently remove your dog’s collar in most emergency situations.
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A Buckle Martingale Dog collar offers the easy on/off option of a standard dog collar with the increased functionality of the martingale loop. This option is great for very large dogs with large heads because you can take the collar on and off without readjusting it each time to fit over the head.This is the collar that most people are familiar with and use. It is simply a strip of leather, nylon or a similar material that goes around the dog's neck and is fastened with either a brass buckle or a plastic clip. Pretty simple to figure out! Just because a dog is a Rottweiler doesn't mean that she needs the firmest training collar. If she has a soft, "meek" temperament, it will be just fine to train her on a flat-buckle collar!
Somewhat similar to a flat-buckle, this dog training collar is usually made of nylon, which goes about 75% around the dogs' neck. The remaining 25% is made of chain, which can be loosened and tightened with a flick of the wrist. We only use flat-buckle collars that have the brass hardware, as the plastic clips tend to pop open when sudden pressure is applied (i.e. your dog lunges after a squirrel).Many dog owners prefer buckle collars for their dogs, but you want to make sure the buckle on your dog’s collar is safe. We’ve all seen collars with those cheap, plastic buckles that break way too easily, so obviously you want to avoid those!Many people assume that a prong collar is only used for large, strong dogs. This isn't actually true. It all depends on your dog's temperament. You could have a huge Bullmastiff that has a soft temperament, which I would likely train using a flat-buckle or martingale collar. On the other hand, you may have a small but feisty Jack Russell that I would train using a small link prong collar.
Dog collars are made with a miniature Seatbelt buckle that quickly and safely releases with the push of a button. The nylon strap has a welded stainless steel D ring for easy leash attachment.