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How does a Martingale Collar work?

Martingale Collars have 2 loops, which is why it is often called a Double Loop collar. 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.

Designed as a passive restraint, martingale collars distribute pressure evenly around the neck without creating pinch points. The Tensioning loop (also called a Control Loop) helps train dogs to slow down or stop without an abrupt pull. Trainers and vets recommend the Martingale Collar because they prefer its gentle action over that of a choke chain.

*NOTE: Martingale Collars do not "unbuckle". They slip over the head. For breeds with large heads, it is necessary to adjust the collar large enough to slip over the head and then adjust it to fit the neck properly once it is on the neck. 

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