Cetacea chain martingale collars are one of your best choices for a quality training collar. Dog trainers and vets recommend this
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.
Looking for a correctional collar that is comfortable for your dog but still safe? Then the new chain martingale collaris a necessity! It is adjustable, lightweight, and has a quick-release buckle for added safety. Choose from three sizes and four color options.
Half-check chain martingale leather dog collar by MJLeatherwork
Triple Chain Martingale Dog Collar 2.5mm Link Chrome high-quality
When adjusted properly the dog is never choked, but the collar stays snug around the dog's neck (just behind the ears) until the pressure is released. Martingale dog collars are also known as Greyhound collars, humane choke collars, limited slip collars and safety collars. Trainers and vets recommend the Martingale dog collar because they prefer its gentle choke action over that of a choke chain.Martingale chain, single row, 3 round rings, welded, chrome. Usage at production semi-tightened collar for puppy and small dog breeds. Suitable especially in combination with round leather and PP ropes from of any kind material.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.The Martingale Collar style I am talking about is the one that still has a chain as part of the device. Dog owners have reported that the chain section can become lodged in their dogs mouth, choking their pet, this becomes even more of a dangerous situation when the Martingale Collar lacks a buckle to aid in easy removal of the collar. There have even been some unfortunate events in which the pet owners dog has died. Understand that a Martingale Collar of any type should not be worn on a dog at all times as a basic house collar, and should be removed promptly after training periods with your pet. The Martingale Collar should also be removed especially if your pet is not being supervised. Because of these issues I can not stress more to avoid these types of Martingale Collars at all costs!