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A martingale collar fits loosely on a dog’s neck but tightens when it needs to.
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Learn how to fit your dog properly for a martingale training collar. RC Pet Products has over 30 fashionable collar patterns and leashes. All RC products are guaranteed for the life of your pet.

Shelagh Begg is the Owner & Head Trainer of Dizine Canine, a certified dog trainer by the International Academy of Canine Trainers, and a member of the CAPPDT, APDT, as well as President & Co-Director of HugABull Advocacy and Rescue Society. Bugsy was found as a stray but has now found a forever home with Shelagh. Together, they show you how to find the right martingale collar for your dog.

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I love these collars. I have akitas which drag me with a normal collar. I dislike harnesses because it isn't the easiest to get on and off my dogs. Then I found Martingale collars. A choker without making my dogs look mean like a chain choker would. And the personalization on the collar looks great! We tend to lose tags and this makes me feel better in the case they get loose. […] post Martingale Dog Collars for Training appeared first on The 'How-to' Dog […]
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Photo provided by FlickrHere are a few types of martingale dog collars that you can choose from depending on the size and .
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Martingale collars are also known as or Humane Choke Collars. The Martingale Dog Collar was designed for Sighthounds (ie, Greyhounds, Whippets, Italian Greyhounds, Borzoi, Saluki, etc) because their necks are larger than their head and they can slip out of traditional side release ; these collars have gained popularity as with other breeds in the recent past because trainers prefer the humane choke aspects. 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. Martingale Collars have 2 loops. The smaller of the loops is called the "Control Loop". This is the portion of the collar that is attached to the leash and tightens when it is pulled. The second loop is the adjustment loop. This is the part of the dog collar that you adjust to the right size to fit your dog.A martingale collar is made with two loops. The larger loop is slipped onto the dogs neck and a lead is then clipped to the smaller loop. When the dog tries to pull, the tension on the lead pulls the small loop taut, which makes the large loop smaller and tighter on the neck, thus preventing escape. Properly fitted, the collar will be comfortably loose when not in use.Martingale dog collars are also known as , or humane choke collars. The martingale dog collar was designed for because their necks are larger than their heads and they can often slip out of buckle collars. These collars have gained popularity among other breed owners in the recent past with many trainers now recommending them instead of choke chains or buckle collars.No collar is perfect. Any type of collar can harm a dog’s neck under certain circumstances. However, a martingale collar will not keep getting tighter and tighter under tension the way a choke or slip collar can.