This page was last updated: June 30, 2010
To find the size most appropriate for your dog, take these measurements using a soft tape measure:
1) Around the mid-part of the neck, just where you want the collar to lie from A to B and back around to A again.
2) Around the widest part of the head, just in front of the ears from C to D and back around to C again. This measurement is most important if the collar is for a non-sighthound. This is the biggest part of the skull.
Greyhounds Puttin’ on the Glitz manufactures our Martingale collars using the highest quality materials available on the market. Each Martingale collar has an inner core of heavy weight polypropylene webbing that is lined with Swiss velvet to provide a comfortable fit for your pup.
The hardware is a nickel or brass plated zinc alloy, which is lightweight, rust proof, and tarnish resistant. Our D-rings and loops are welded for added security of your pet.
The collars are then decorated with trims selected for their esthetic beauty.
Our Martingale collars are available in 1 ½” and 2” widths and fit most Greyhounds with 12”-18” necks.
For other breeds, collars are made to order. Please refer to measurement below for instructions on how to measure your pet .
Custom orders are not returnable due to measurement errors!
1 1/2" Swiss Velvet Lined Jacquard Martingale
Black, Grey, & Blue Contemporary Dots
Nickle Plated Hardware
Fits 12”-18” Diameter Necks
Other Breeds Need to be Measured
Sizing for Martingale Collars
Just a note about sizing...If you require larger or smaller collar than what I have listed, please e-mail me as I can easily custom size almost any collar.
Selecting an Appropriate width for your Hound
2" collars work well for most averaged sized male greyhounds or larger females.
The 1.5" widths are wonderful for the averaged sized female greys or smaller males as well as for males that may be larger but have shorter necks.
Adjusting your Martingale Collar
To ensure your collar is properly adjusted, move the collar up to the narrowest part of the neck and pull upwards on the control loop (the part the D-ring is attached to). The two metal slides should come together but not touch. You should have at least a two finger distance between the two slides. This will ensure the collar will continue to tighten should the dog back up, preventing the collar from slipping off.
Each consumer is responsible for determining the suitability of our products for your pet. By purchasing, from Greyhounds Puttin on the Glitz, you acknowledge that you accept all responsibility for any accidents that may occur. Collars, Leads, Coats and Jewelry should be inspected regularly.
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