A fun, easy to fit, buckle martingale dog collar for dogs that pull !
A buckle martingale collar is a good choice for dogs that don't like having a collar go over their heads and ears. Fitted with a quick side release buckle, it's so easy. Lightweight and comfortable, made from strong polypropylene webbing. Combining a bright webbing colour and black for a stylish look. Matching buckle martingale collar sets are available and both are washable.
Why choose a Buckle Martingale Dog Collar? Or What is a Martingale Collar?
A Buckle Martingale is an ideal training collar for dogs that pull too much or back out of their collars. Excellent when lead training a puppy and a safe and gentle way of having greater control over your excited dog when leash walking. Also known as a ‘Limited Slip Collar’, the Martingale is made up of two loops. The smaller loop attaches to the lead and tightens when pulled, creating an even pressure around the dog's neck so it cannot slip out of its collar. Correctly adjusted, it will only tighten to your dog’s exact neck size and won’t choke the dog. Commonly used on Hounds such as, Greyhounds, Lurchers, Whippets and Italian Greyhounds because of their narrow heads which can slip out of flat head collars easier; it's equally perfect for any other breed of dog.
Correct sizing for a Martingale Collar is especially important
When buying an Absurd Martingale you will need to measure your dog's neck to have the collar made to fit. Properly measured, this comfortable collar will hang loose until the dog pulls and then tighten to provide the safety of a non slip collar.
Please follow the instructions on How to measure for a Martingale Collar
Please enter the neck size in the comments box at the checkout, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help or advice.
Note: Martingale collars are designed for training and leash walking so remove when your dog is in the house and/or playing. They should not be left on unattended or unleashed dogs.
For your dog's safety, attach ID tags to the metal slide of the large loop not the d-ring on the small loop.