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.
Our 60-something pound Great Dane/Great Pyrenees 6-month-old pup is exuberant, and has a tendency to pull. This collar tightens like a choke collar but stops short of constricting his throat when properly fitted. I call it the "waterboarding" collar because it only simulates choking. As the collar tightens, Goofy instinctively pulls less hard. But if some stimulus like a rabbit makes him lose his brain and keep pulling, he will not end up choking. We even use it with a retractable leash, as the constant tension of the leash only cinches the collar about halfway. With no tension on it, the collar is very loose-fitting and comfortable. At rest, the collar does not always sit in the same spot, preventingOur 60-something pound Great Dane/Great Pyrenees 6-month-old pup is exuberant, and has a tendency to pull. This collar tightens like a choke collar but stops short of constricting his throat when properly fitted. I call it the "waterboarding" collar because it only simulates choking. As the collar tightens, Goofy instinctively pulls less hard. But if some stimulus like a rabbit makes him lose his brain and keep pulling, he will not end up choking. We even use it with a retractable leash, as the constant tension of the leash only cinches the collar about halfway. With no tension on it, the collar is very loose-fitting and comfortable. At rest, the collar does not always sit in the same spot, preventing the irritation that occurred with his previous collar. One caveat: if you have to grab the dog by the collar, make sure you grab the tightening loop, otherwise you risk just pulling the collar off the dog's head.… more
on Jul 22, 2020
This collar was a great surprise! It gets super big if you adjusted and super small if you adjust it. But what I like the most about it is that serves as a choke collar if your pup pretends to pull, meaning your dog will never slip out of it. Seems like a training collar to me. Go and get one!
LOVE THE CONCEPT
on Jul 2, 2020
Ordered the medium size first - too small - struggled to get it off my husky/collie mix. Ordered the large and it's a better fit, but have to adjust it EVERY time I put it on her (she doesn't wear it in the house) By the time we are half through our walk it is hanging off her. Would recommend to a friend because of the adjustment problem.
on Jul 9, 2020
This collar doesn't work as a martingale collar. A martingale collar has a stationary loop on both ends so it will tighten if the dog tries to back out of it. This collar has one stationary loop and one loop that slides therefore it doesn't work. Waste of money.
hard to get on & off
on Jul 24, 2020
We got this from a small after the larger sizes were too big for our puppy. The small is hard to take on and off, and considering we take it off every night when we put him in the crate, it’s a real pain.
Red looks Pink.
on Jun 3, 2020
All around a sturdy collar. I ordered a medium for my 1+yo male Siberian Husky. Great fit....However, I ordered RED and the collar looks HOT PINK or Fuchsia. I do not recommend ordering the Red unless you are not particular about the shade. 3 stars for this reason. In my picture, I am holding my red leash next to the collar for comparison.
Be sure you're putting it on correctly!
on Jun 9, 2020
I just got this today. I put it on my dog and thought "well, this is way too big!" So, I got out my other dog's martingale collar and realized I was putting it on incorrectly! The bottom of the section with the D ring should be touching the dogs neck. I initially put her head through the wrong space. The picture shows it perfectly! I love it and am getting another, maybe 2... Thank you, Chewy!!
Collar does not work
on Jul 2, 2020
It must be missing a “locking” piece or something to hold the collar in place. It stretches out and hangs down where our dog tried to chew it and/or could get caught on something which could be very bad.
Too flimsy for my Aussie
on Jun 22, 2020
I've been trying to replace a very worn martingale collar my dog has. This one had promise, metal fittings, but the fabric is not heavy enough for her. Just can't seem to find another like what she has.
What I was looking for......
on May 20, 2020
Needed a new Martingale collar for Ms Sadee. Read the other reviews and must agree on one point. The piece where you attach leash does hang a big excessively. Trying to figure out how to make smaller. But, I do recommend. Nice quality, brilliant color (blue), over all a good sturdy collar.