Used with a leash or with your hand, the martingale-style Premier Collar tightens to give greater control and reduces the risk of a dog backing out of his collar and escaping. Safer than a choke collar.
Prevents dog from slipping out of the collar, doesn't cause matting & bald spots like some standard collars.
Tightens when dog pulls and loosens when dog stops, perfect for “escape artists” and breeds with necks larger than their heads.
Durable nylon collar's custom fit is perfect for growing puppies.
Safer & more comfortable than a choke chain that's always tight.
Not recommended for tie-out use or during group play sessions.
Collars should be used under supervision. Not recommended for tie-out. Always remove collars during play, when unsupervised and before placing in a crate. For more information about collar safety refer to PetSafe® KeepSafe® Break-Away Collar
To select the most accurate size collar for your pet, measure the center of their neck with a cloth tape measure, a few inches down from their head. Pull the cloth tape measure snug, but not tight. If you don't have a cloth tape measure, you can use a piece of string and measure it with a rigid ruler afterwards. Make sure there’s enough room for about two fingers between the collar and your pet’s neck for comfort.
We got one of these for our 12-year-old golden retriever mix when we first adopted him ten years ago, and we've never had to replace it. So I just bought one for our 3 year old pit mix after already having bought 2 collars for her that frayed... this one's a keeper!
Not so sure we're keeping this product.
on Sep 27, 2021
The deep purple color of this collar is beautiful. However the second "smaller" loop is way too long, hangs clear down her chest and my long legged baby can get her foot caught in it when she's laying down. I'm noticing that here in the house it, doesn't work as quickly or as well as other martingale type collars I've used in the past. Even at it's biggest point the "large loop" is still small for my dogs neck. I'll give it a few days...but so far, puppy momma not happy.
on Nov 5, 2021
We have a medium sized dog whose neck runs on the smaller side. The Medium collar was a bit too big. In traditional clip collars, he's a medium. I would size down if your dog runs nearly too big to wear a small and wears medium collars mostly.
Weird fit too small too large
on Oct 30, 2021
You get what you pay for. These inexpensive collars fir odd. Medium to 16 inches, too small, large to 22 inches is huge for my beagle mix. Get the more expensive Euro leather or a collar I subsequently ordered at 22.00 for a great product
Great Collar for new puppy
on Oct 24, 2021
This looks confusing at first, but is easy to put on, and no fussing to clip. It slips on easily, and I especially like the way it clips onto the leash. I probably will never buy another type of collar. Price was also very reasonable for the high quality.
on Oct 18, 2021
A big improvement over his last collar. Wide webbing provides secure control with gentle pressure, Easy to adjust, no more bald spots from his tags, as the attachment point prevents the tags from touching his fur. Price is very reasonable. I would purchase again.
on Oct 28, 2021
This thing was just made wrong. It's not a martingale... just a loop with another loop that hangs down to the floor. Doesn't adjust in size. Bizarre... seems like a manufacturing mistake. Will be asking for a refund.
Just what I wanted
on Sep 14, 2021
The collar is exactly as described. Wanted an in-between training collar as my puppy grows. Appears to be well-made and works as a martingale collar should.
Anyone not familiar with a martingale collar should consider one. Tightens for training, but you choose how tightly. Much nicer for your dog than choker or pinch collars. This one's a good price so worth a try? For your dog's sake?
Quality collar, but not ideal for corgis
on Aug 30, 2021
Our trainer recommends martingale collars. We picked the medium size, because our dogs' neck measurements fell right in the middle of the range for the size. Unfortunately,, the short front legs of the corgis can get stuck in the "martingale loop" when the leash is not being held behind the dog. Therefore, we can't use this collar when our puppy needs to have a trailing leash. We are still using the collars for walking (including training walks). Perhaps a smaller size or a different brand would work better for the corgis.
Size fits much smaller
on Oct 26, 2021
I have been buying these for years medium would fit great with a little tightening up. This one does not fit at all. Dog is the same size, not happy with how small medium-size is now.