Who is it for?
Our luxury martingale collars are great for most breeds, but they are best suited for dogs with long necks.
Standard collars are made from a single loop.
Martingale collars are made out of two loops to create a humane choke collar.
Marine, Gold, Flamingo, Lagoon, Granite, Silver, Olive, Cerise, Black, Seville, Chili, Snow and Emerald
Collar is 3.8 cm / 1.5 inch wide
Our colour-matched leads are 19mm wide, plain-weave and comes in 110cm or 180cm length.
XXS: 23-30cm / 9-12″: – Whippet puppies, Italian Greyhounds or similar sized breeds
XS 28-35cm / 11-14″ – Whippets
Small 33-40cm / 13-16″ – Lurchers, German Shorthaired Pointers, Bedlington Terriers and Fox terriers
Medium: 38-45cm / 15-18″ – Greyhounds, Salukis
Large: 43-50cm / 17-20″ – Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Labradoodles, Giant Schnauzers
XL: 48-55cm / 19-22″ – Malamutes, Huskies
Breeds given as a guide only. Because these collars slide on over the head, please measure your dog’s neck and head (including ears) before purchasing a collar. The sizes refers to the adjustment range of the collar, not the actual size of the collar. In order to reliably achieve this adjustment range, the actual size range is bigger than the stated size.
Unsure what a martingale collar is?
A martingale collar helps prevent a dog from slipping, or backing, out of their collar. They are often referred to as a sighthound, or whippet collars because they are best suited to breeds with a smaller head than their neck. When adjusted properly, a martingale collar contracts snugly to prevent escape when needed. If you are unsure whether our martingale collars are correct for your hound, please read our blog post here which explains in a little more detail what it is and how to use one.
How to measure for correct size:
Either use an existing buckle collar or form a loop from string or tape. Adjust it to find the size that slides comfortably over your hound’s head. Once on, check that it will slide off without hurting your hound’s ears. Now measure your hound’s neck at a mid point on the neck, or where you wish the collar to sit when in use. When you have these two measurements, compare them to the sizes in our size chart. The correct size is the one which covers both these measurements.