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The Ultimate Leash Cotton Series Martingale Dog Collar | Adjusta


The Ultimate Leash Cotton Series Martingale Dog Collar | Adjusta


Product description

Size:16-20"  |  Color:Red


The Martingale Collar is a favorite among dog owners that require a little extra control of their dog. Martingale collars are a humane way for every dog to wear a collar. It is a cross between a standard collar and a choke chain collar. Martingale collars are designed to gently tighten, just a small amount, if your pet pulls on the leash or attempts to pull out of the collar. This feature keeps pets from getting out of their collars and possibly hurting themselves. If you own a larger dog, a Martingale collar will allow for more control over your pet while you’re out for a walk. The Ultimate Leash Martingale collars help make walks with your dog more enjoyable for the both of you. We stand behind our products and warranty them against material defect. If your collar is defective, simply return for a new piece. The Ultimate Leash is intended for use by responsible pet owners. Chewed collars are not covered by our warranty.


  • Constructed of Heavy Duty 1” Cotton Webbing
  • Chain amp; Buckle are Heavy Duty Nickel Plated Steel
  • Available in 3 adjustable sizes ranging from 16” – 36”
  • Handcrafted in the USA


  • 16"-20 " generally for dogs 35 to 85 lbs
  • 20"-26" generally for dogs 85 to 135 lbs
  • 24"-36" generally for dogs over 135 lbs up to 220 lbs
  • Exceptions can occur with these recommendations. PLEASE MEASURE YOUR DOG’S NECK BEFORE ORDERING


  • Place collar in sock and wash in washing machine or dishwasher with cold water
  • Air dry
  • For frayed nylon, hold a match to the frayed area and singe
  • For frayed cotton, seal with water based glue

The Ultimate Leash Cotton Series Martingale Dog Collar | Adjusta


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