Sighthound Martingale Collars

Often times, martingale collars are called Sighthound Collars because people are so often used to seeing martingale collars on Sighthounds such as Greyhounds, Whippets, Afghan Hounds, Borzoi, Italian Greyhounds, etc.

Sighthounds have heads that are actually smaller than their necks and need a collar that will tighten if they try to slip out.

Martingale Collars have 2 loops. The smaller of the loops is called the “Control Loop”. This is the portion of the collar that is attached to the leash and tightens when it is pulled. The second loop is the adjustment loop. This is the part of the dog collar that you adjust to the right size to fit your dog.

AKC Dog Show Owners prefer the Martingale Collar because it does not damage the fur and will not crush the trachea. Many trainers have started to recommend Martingale Collars because they prefer its gentle choke over the choke chain. Others have learned about Martingale Collars and have made the switch just because they like them better than traditional dog collars.

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