Martingale Dog Leashes - dogIDs

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This type of collar is buckle-less, and slips over your dogs head. Once on, the collar is adjusted down to fit (just like a regular collar is adjusted to fit). When the leash is attached to the d-ring of the collar and the dog moves forward or pulls, the entire collar tightens around the dogs neck, making it impossible for him/her to pull out of the collar when on leash. The beauty of this collar is that it is limited in how tight it will get (thus, the term “limited-slip collar”). Unlike all-chain slip collars or choke collars, where there is no restriction in how much it will tighten around a dogs neck, a martingale collar has a limited range in which it tightens, and is considered much more humane that a choke collar.
Matching dog leashes and  dog collars are available, however collar bows are not recommended for martingale collars.
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Custom build and personalize this 10 foot Medium Dog martingale leash/slip lead for 15“ to 18“ neck size. Choose from a range of colors and FREE custom labeling and personalization with your dogs name.

Rope Size: 3/8“ Round
Martingale Leash Length: 10 Foot
Neck Size: Medium (15“ to 18“)
Leash/Lead Material: Nylon
Slip Leash/Lead Options: Sculpted leash handle Matching dog leashes and  dog collars are available, however collar bows are not recommended for martingale collars.
Photo provided by FlickrOur martingale leads by Mendota feature a leather adjustment slide that prevents your dog from slipping out of their leash during training.
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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.Dogs that are still learning good leash manners are also more likely to pull or try to twist out of their collars when they see other dogs and other distractions. As mentioned above, the martingale collar is a good tool to prevent your dog from slipping out of his collar.The martingale collar tightens slightly if the dog pulls on the leash, but not so much where it will choke the dog or harm his neck in any way. If you prefer to give your dog slight tugs on the leash while working on leash manners, the martingale is a nice option.If your dog walks pretty well on the leash, then you’re probably fine using a flat, buckle collar. But if your dog is still in training or if he needs a gentle reminder to pay attention every once in a while, a martingale is helpful. Since it does tighten a bit, it gives you a little more control.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 whenever the dog is not pulling against the leash.This martingale-style dog collar keeps your dog safer than ever. 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.