Available in Small, Medium and Large.What’s the difference between Martingale collars and choke collars?
On the surface, Martingale collars may seem similar to choke collars because they tighten when the leash is tense. However, properly-fitted martingale collars do not choke dogs. Because of the way it’s constructed, the martingale collar can only tighten to a certain degree. This differs from chain choke collars, which do not have a limit to how tightly they can constrict. Choke collars have long been considered inhumane and dangerous for dogs. Martingales are a safe alternative. As long as the martingale is properly adjusted, it will tighten just to the size of the dog’s neck, preventing them from backing out of their collar without choking them.What breeds should use Martingale collars?
Martingale collars are sometimes called “greyhound collars” because they’re designed for dogs whose heads are more narrow than their necks. They’re very popular among owners of greyhounds, whippets, Salukis, and other slim-headed breeds. However, Martingale collars aren’t limited to sighthounds! They’re a good choice for any dog who tends to back out of their collar, or for people who want a little more control of the leash without putting their dog in harm’s way. In fact, many rescue group use martingales as “back-up collars,” placing them alongside flat collars for extra security on walks.
Red Dingo Dog Collars Sizing
|Small||15mm x 24-36cm|
|Medium||20mm x 31-47cm|
|Large||25mm x 41-63cm|