Martingale Dog Collars

Over 30 Personalized Martingale Dog Collars

Martingale dog collars—a.k.a limited slip dog collars—are the ultimate solution for a no-slip dog collar. They’re great for dogs with smaller heads than their necks, like greyhounds, whippets, pugs, Wheaten terriers, and Jack Russell terriers. Browse our unique martingale collars today!

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A martingale collar is the ultimate solution if you are looking for a no-slip dog collar. We pride ourselves in making super stylish martingale collars for your pup! Keep your pet secure on their leash and stylish!

What does a martingale collar do?

A martingale is an adjustable dog collar that gives you and your pup security when walking. They’re often used for dogs with smaller heads than their neck so they can’t slip out and run away.

Our martingale dog collars offer easy functionality so you and your pup can feel comfortable on long walks. Here’s exactly how to use them:

  1. Loosen the collar diameter with the tri-glide and slide the collar around your dog’s neck.
  2. Tighten it up with the tri-glide to the correct size.
  3. Attach your leash to the collar’s D-ring.
  4. When the dog pulls, the loop upfront on the collar will tighten so your dog cannot escape their collar.

When adjusted correctly, the dog is never choked, but the collar stays snug around the dog’s neck until the pressure is released.

Is it ok to use a Martingale collar?

Often used for training and walking, Martingale collars can be suitable for dogs. Particularly those who tend to slip out of their collars when they’re excited or nervous. They’re also great for training to improve leash manners. These collars are designed to tighten when the dog pulls on the leash, but not to the point of choking. They’re considered a safer and more humane alternative to choke chains or prong collars.

However, there are a few considerations to keep in mind:

  • Proper Fit and Use: Your Martingale collar must be the right fit, or it won’t work. It should be snug but not too tight, allowing for control without causing discomfort or harm to the dog.
  • Supervision: Martingale collars should only be used under supervision. They’re not suitable for all-day wear or for use during off-leash activities, as they can pose a choking hazard.
  • Training Purpose: These collars are tools to aid training and should be part of a comprehensive training program. They’re not a substitute for proper training and socialization.
  • Not for All Dogs: Martingale collars may not be suitable for all breeds or dogs with specific health issues, like those prone to throat problems. Consulting with a veterinarian or a professional dog trainer can help determine if a Martingale collar is appropriate for your dog.
  • Quality of the Collar: Ensure the Martingale collar is well-made and durable. Regularly check for signs of wear and tear.

Do Martingale collars stop pulling?

Martingale collars do not stop a dog from pulling. They’re designed to fit loosely around a dog’s neck, then tighten when the dog pulls, or the owner changes the tension. This gentle correction prevents injury and helps train the dog. The design prevents the dog from slipping out of the collar, which can happen with standard collars, especially with dogs with narrow heads relative to their necks, like greyhounds or whippets.

Consistent training and behavior modification is the best way to stop a dog from pulling. If a dog has a persistent problem with pulling, it’s often helpful to consult a professional dog trainer or behaviorist. They can guide your dog on the most appropriate training methods and tools.

What dog breeds need a Martingale collar?

Martingale collars are particularly well-suited for breeds with a combination of a relatively narrow head and a thicker neck. This physical trait can make it easier for them to slip out of regular flat collars.

  • Greyhounds
  • Whippets
  • Salukis
  • Borzoi
  • Italian Greyhounds
  • Afghan Hounds
  • Shetland Sheepdogs

How do I fit my dog for a Martingale collar?

We wrote a blog discussing how to fit a martingale collar properly.

What kind of martingale collars does Mimi Green make?

  • Martingale with Quick Release Buckle. Our engraved martingale collars come with a quick release buckle, which makes removal super easy! And their important information is engraved right on the buckle!
  • Buckle-less Martingale. Only our engraved buckle martingale collars come with a buckle. All of our other martingale collars are buckle-less.
  • Chain Martingale. Available in buckle-less or quick release buckle. The collar tightens when the pup pulls which is a great option for training and dogs that back out of their collars.

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