Each of my walking leads is a hand-crafted (by me) original. Every one is different, every one is unique. About Martingale Style Walking Leads and Collars Each of my walking leads is a hand-crafted original piece. If you need a different size or matching leads, please contact me. I can usually accommodate special requests. I have hundreds of pieces of fabric and trims, but quantities on each.
Martingale dog collars, also known as Greyhound or Sighthound collars, are perfect for use when walking on the lead. They were originally designed for Sighthounds because their necks are larger than their head and they can often slip out of buckle collars. They provides more control by stopping your dog from backing out of the collar by gently closing up when the dog pulls on the lead.
Towngate Martingale collar Description. A classic tweed in a stunning colourway, ideal for that country lady or gent! Made from 100% wool tweed, woven in Yorkshire, the fabric is a houndtooth (dogtooth) design in a mix of racing green, moss green and slate grey with a fine intermittent stripe of dark burgundy red. The collar is lined in complementary racing green fabric and is finished with.
Slim martingale leather dog collar made by hand in the UK. This collar features brass hardware and full grain italian heavy leather.
When to use Martingales and Horse Breastplates By controlling the horse's head, a martingale is an extremely popular option when it comes to show-jumping, cross-country or general showing. However, it should be noted that martingale collars for horses are not BD legal. Breastplates on the other hand are usable in all disciplines and are.
Martingale Dog Collars in hard to find Small and X-Small sizes. Perfect for Puppies and Toy breeds. Martingales are excellent safety collars to keep your dog safe on leash, and aid in leash training.
The martingale collar (half-choke) is a special type of collar for dogs that allows the dog to feel comfortable and be happy on a leash. What is a martingale collar? The term “martingale” is derived from the French word “martingale”. For the first time, it was applicable to horse ammunition. It was a special belt in a horse harness to hold the horse’s head in the right position, or.
A Martingale collar works in a similar way as the choke collar, but it can’t be pulled so tight it chokes the dog or causes injury to the neck. It tightens just enough to get the dog’s attention and releases the tension when the leash is relaxed. This collar was originally designed for dogs with heads smaller than their necks, mainly the sight hounds like the Greyhound or Saluki. However.