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adjusts 18" to 26"-Tartan Red Plaid Pattern

Cutie Martingale Collar - Red Plaid

Regular price $ 29.49

These woven fabric combo collars also known as Martingale collars are use to help train your dog to walk properly without pulling. This beautiful Tartan pattern collar features a limited slip choker to stop your dog from backing out of the collar. Collars are fully adjustable for comfort. Cutie Martingales are not like the others. CUTE Martingale collars are engineered to prevent "sticking" in a tightened position - like some of Martingales do.

  • Small adjusts from 10" to 14" - 1 3/4" wide.
  • Medium adjusts 14" to 20"  - 2 1/4" wide
  • Large adjusts 18" to 26"  - 2 1/4" wide. 
  • Made in the USA.
  • Machine washable.

Advantages of Martingale Collars

Martingale Collars have a number of advantages over traditional collars. Generally  they fit loose on the dog's neck, preventing skin irritation. They also make training more comfortable for dogs because they do not tighten to the degree that choke collars do, and in addition, they do not tighten around the trachea because they remain high on the dog's neck when the dog pulls at the lead. 

To train your dog not to pull on the lead while walking, start by fitting the martingale collar high on the neck. This area remains more sensitive than the area lower down is, so your dog should feel it more strongly when the collar tightens. When the collar does tighten, your dog is likely to slow the pace or stop. More slack on the lead should loosen the collar again, and with enough practice, your dog should gain a sense of when it begins to pull the lead too hard. This should help your dog to maintain a pace that better agrees with your own.


The d-ring that connects to the lead can catch onto something, causing the collar to choke a dog if no one is available to release the tension. For this reason, you should remove the collar if you put your dog in a crate. You can keep the collar on when your dog wanders around the house, but you should weigh the risk of choking against the possibility that your dog could accidentally escape from your home without its collar.

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