The Mighty Paw Martingale Cinch Collar is a martingale dog collar with chain.
Escape-Proof Design: This dog collar is for your rough and tumble pup because they can't back out of it. It's truly designed to last with heavy-duty, weather-proof nylon, strong reflective stitching and an iron chain.
Two Collars in One: Our martingale-style collar features two metal D-rings that allow you to easily switch from a training collar to a standard (non-cinch) collar for everyday adventures.
Polite Leash Manners with Subtle Control: The Mighty Paw martingale collar with chain is safe but effective while being used in training mode. It tightens under tension when your dog pulls, but only enough to give a gentle training cue and without choking your dog. The iron chain also creates an audible sound that reinforces your training.
Recommended by Trainers: Unlike traditional choke collars that use uncontrolled force, the Mighty Paw limited cinch martingale collar allows you to gently control your dog on the leash.
Martingale Cinch Collar Features:
Heavy-duty, premium quality nylon
100% iron chain
2 metal D-rings
Heavy duty side release buckle
Martingale Cinch Collar Specifications:
Colors: Gray and Black
Size: Small (12"-14.25”), Medium (14.25”-17.5”) and Large (17”-22.5”)
Collar Width: 0.75” (Small), 1” (Medium & Large)
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At Mighty Paw, we believe that training your dog can be a positive bonding experience. That's why we created the Mighty Paw Martingale-Style Limited Cinch Collar. The Mighty Paw Brand was created by dog lovers for dog lovers. We are a family owned and operated business out of Rochester, NY.
How Do I Use The Mighty Paw Martingale Collars?
We carry several different types of Martingale Collars. While they’re made of different materials, the concept is the same for all. They consist of 2 different size loops which help teach polite leash walking and reduce your dog’s pulling on leash. Here’s how it works: Put the Martingale collar up high around your dog’s neck and make sure that the smaller loop sits behind your dog’s ears. Next, clip their leash to the D-ring on the smaller loop. That higher position of the collar on your dog’s neck gives you a lot more control over their head as you’d have with a lower position around your dog’s neck. When your dog pulls, you want to let them know that this behavior is not OK. To do that, give a quick tug on the leash. This tightens the smaller loop the leash is attached to and gives your dog the cue to stop pulling. Remember to release the tension on the leash after you give the tug.
Can The Martingale Collars Be Worn At All Times?
The martingale collar is a training collar and should only be worn during training sessions and walks or when supervised.