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Old 05-07-2012, 12:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What are they? Martingale collars are an alternate form of collar to the chain choker. There are several advantages over the chain choker (or training collar). 1) The chain collar has a correct and incorrect way of putting it on a dog. (Most people call it a backwards "P"). If a chain choker is on improperlly then it will not release when pulled and is ineffective. The martingale collar can be placed on the dog and there in no improper way of doing it. It will always release and not choke your dog. 2) Our Martingale collars have a chain that gives a reinforcing sound that reminds the dog that it is on. 3) We also have a metal buckle that allows the user to adjust it before you place it on the dog. The proper sizing of this collar is to keep it snug on the dog's neck and keep it positioned at the top of the neck just behind it's ears.

Martingale collars are for those dogs that are high energy and require an added measure of reinforcement.

If you have a fully trained dog then a standard collar will be the best choice for you. They can also be found on our web site.

Our collars with the Metal Buckles can be engraved with the dog's name and your phone numbers.

Please go to www.theulimateleash.com for a video demonstration and a full description of our products.

Thanks for your interest

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Old 05-07-2012, 06:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey Bill, I have two of your collars! LOVE THEM!!! I got them from you at the Springfield Equine AFFAire...I just got another this past year and picked up a couple for a friend of mine.

so I can vouch for Bill's collars, LOVE THEM ! Masi likes them to
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the endorsement Diane!
Much appreciated and we are happy the Martingale collars are working for you. We just rebuilt our web site with all of our colors. 23 different colors and patterns. Isn't it amazing how a collar can make a difference. Someone made a comment that it's like having "power steering on your dog."

We also have The Ultimate Leash in Biothane. Biothane has a nylon inner webbing with a Eurothane covering. It is very comfortable and weather resistant.

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Hi, Bill
I just ordered a martingale collar for Koda. They look really sturdy and well made, and love all the colour choices. Looking forward to receiving it. Thanks.

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See our Martingale Collar in action! Click the link below to watch the video.

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Stupid question, sorry -- but can you give me more detail on the best way to choose size for the chain martingale? Thanks!
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Stupid question, sorry -- but can you give me more detail on the best way to choose size for the chain martingale? Thanks!
Chelle, I just gave Bill Hans's neck size.
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:36 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Hi Bill,

I have 5 GSD's and each one has a matching set of collars, leashes and shorties. I LOVE Ultimate leash products. Folks if your looking for something that WILL last then Ultimate Leash is where you need to shop!

I have a dog training company and Bill's products are all we use.

Thank you Bill for providing GREAT PRODUCTS!
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I have a martingale for Ozzy. It's awesome for flyball! He can pull on it all he wants (he's a Pom, and the collar is 2 in. wide), and he won't choke himself out. Wonderful flyball collars. Not as restricting as a harness, but very handy!
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I'll be ordering a collar. I absolutely love my ultimate leash, and - yes! - I have used it several ways.
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