Limited slip collars prevent the dog from slipping his/her head out of the collar when fitted properly. Gentle tightening action offers more control when walking than a traditional collar and will NOT choke. Only two-nickel slides and a D-ring, no bulky buckle for your hound.
Limited Slip Collar 1" Solid - Yellow Snow Dog Gear
This Plaid Martingale Dog Collar is a red, green and yellow tartan in the Buchanan pattern. This limited slip collar is a martingale collar that is perfect for summer and rescue dogs, sighthounds, dogs with narrow heads or for basic leash training.
“Limited slip” collars can tighten – but cannot choke your dog
Also known as limited slip collars or collars, Martingale collars are used to prevent dogs from slipping out of collars while walking on a leash. Though the collars tighten with a tug of the leash, there is a stopping mechanism to prevent complete closure on the neck. Often made out of nylon or similar material, Martingale collars are available in a variety of colors and designs. These collars are especially suited for sighthounds but can be used on most dog breeds.
Yipeeee! ComfortFlex Limited Slip Collar Fun strong dog stuff
Our Soft Sliptm is a wonderfully functional and diverse collar. It's sturdy limited slip design is one that has been proven over the years by dog mushers. My personal favorite because it doesn't damage neck hair and offers more control than a regular buckle collar. Also very easy to put on and take off. A favorite of long coated breeds because there isn't a buckle to catch or pinch hair. If you need strength or control, this is the collar for you. Great for working "soft" or young dogs in obedience. Colorfast and machine washable.Limited Slip Collars are adjustable collars designed to tighten around a dog's neck, but that stop tightening before they actually constrict or choke. They are good for dogs that tend to "slip" out of their collars but they are not as effective for this behavior as a choke chain or slip collar.The Soft Sliptm is fit just like any other Limited Slip design collar: It goes on over your dog's head (like the old choke training collar, or show collar) with the end or "live" ring to the dog's right. This is also the ring to which a lead is attached. When properly adjusted, pulling on the "live" or end ring will cause the collar to tighten around your dog's neck but not to the point of choking, while at the same time not allowing the dog to "back out" of the collar. For my own dogs I place the collar at the narrowest part of the neck, just behind the ears, pull on the "live" ring so that it snugs up around the dog's neck, then check to see that I can get a couple of fingers (flat) between the collar and the dog's neck. This way my dog can't back out of the collar, yet there will be no choking. If you have an escape artist and/or if this is a concern make sure, as you would with any collar, that you double check to see that the collar is snug enough. Fitting adjustments are easiest with the collar off of your dog. Again as you would with any collar, always check the collar after any adjustment, and if you have a coated breed check the adjustment as she/he is loosing coat or growing in new coat. With a heavily coated breed it can make a difference. If you have any webbing doubled be sure it goes to the side opposite the slip section or the collar will not slip and release. Any tags should be attached to the passive ringProng Collars (and often mistakenly referred to as Pinch Collars) are used for the same purposes as the choke collar, to "correct" the dog by using a quick snap and release of the leash followed by praise. The prong collar is actually far safer, and much gentler, than the choke training collar. Prong Collars are a series of chain links with blunted open ends turned towards the dog's neck. The design of the prong collar is such that it has a limited circumference unlike slip collars which do not have a limit on how far they can constrict on a dog's neck. The limited traction of the martingale chain combined with the angle of the prongs prevents the prongs moving close enough to pinch. The collar is designed to prevent the dog from pulling by applying pressure at each point against the dog's neck.