“Cute” Quality Martingale Collars?

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  1. iconic1

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    Can someone recommend a quality Martingale collar brand that has some nice designs?

    My daughter wants something “cute” for her black girl :).
     
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    Ideally with clasp.
     
  3. Beanwood

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    Sorry, I don't use Martingale collars on my dogs. I worry, that although they are supposed to act like a limited slip, they can easily be misused and end up causing discomfort for the dog.
    There are, however, lots of cute collars with simple buckle or plastic clip I could recommend instead :)
     
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    Interesting. How is a properly fitted Martingale any more dangerous than a basic clip collar? Cant any collar pulled too hard, or misused, do damage or cause discomfort? Appreciate your thoughts.
     
  5. Jade

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    Hello. This is a great site. I'm not sure about the shipping options. www.shoredog.com
    All collars are custom made and excellent quality.
    I usually buy the Shore Dog Walker Collar. It's a combination Martingale/Buckle collar.
     
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    Yes that is why a lot of us use a harness until the pup is well trained enough to walk nicely on a flat collar. It avoids damaged to the delicate structures in the neck.even a well fitted martingale constricts and I want to avoid that at all costs.
     
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    I use a harness because both my dogs are inclined to pull or lunge at some time. I don't want a flat collar to pull against their neck, or worse still, a martingale to tighten up around their neck. I have a couple of funky-coloured harnesses.
     
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    Good food for thought. Thanks.
     
  9. tom amigos

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    I tried martingale collars but they did not work and were a bit cheap. Can someone post a link for me to a well made martingale? I have a few collars I use that are a very durable, strong leather, they do not tighten up on my Lulu. They are also nice a wide so they do not hurt her neck and look great. I am posting a link to my favorite ...the American Flag Leather Dog Collar I have. My husband a U.S. Marine and stationed in Korea. This company gave us a 20% military discount. Keep in mind these collars are great quality and worth the money!
     
  10. Jade

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    See my post above. Re: Shore Dog Walker Collar.
    They work great.
     
  11. Jilly Ruby Jane

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    I recommend you Bluberry pet spring scent foral safety training martingale dog collar, it's cute. Or you can find another colar in dog telligent, I read in there before buying.
     

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