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Looking for a correctional collar that is comfortable for your dog but still safe? Then the new chain martingale collar is a necessity! It is adjustable, lightweight, and has a quick-release buckle for added safety. Choose from three sizes and four color options.
Martingale collars fit loosely on a dog’s neck, but tighten when they need to (i.e., for walks, on tie-outs, etc.). This dog chain collar has two loops. The first is the part that resembles a traditional nylon collar. It is adjustable and should be somewhat loose when placed around the neck.
The second loop is for control and where you attach a leash. When your furry pal pulls, the collar tightens and will stay snug around your dog’s neck without causing any pain or harm. As soon as pressure is released, the martingale will relax again.
Veterinarians and trainers alike recommend martingale collars. So if you are in need of a training collar or just have a dog that could use a little extra correction, a martingale is perfect for you.
If you need additional training products, our new matching extendable traffic leash is a great way to keep your dog safe while letting you maintain control.
Materials and Hardware
The first loop of these anti back out collars are made of heavy-duty nylon material and come in black, red, blue and pink.
The chain is made of steel and has a rust resistant nickel finish that is both durable and lightweight.
The dog chain collar comes equipped with a slider so that you can adjust the collar perfectly, but also has a side release buckle. This buckle is for safety and convenience. Should your pup get into an emergency situation, the buckle releases quickly and easily. If you only need the martingale to fix obedience issues during walks, the buckle makes it easy to add and remove while your dog still wears her usual collar.