• Dogs On Bikes
  • Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • deborah@dogsonbikes.co.uk



Dogs on Bikes martingale collars are made using 100% cotton fabric (with the exception of special lines) with webbing at the core to give strength and durability.

Good quality thread is used throughout the collar with sturdy alloy adjusters and welded metal control rings and D rings.
The control loop is made using a complementary coloured webbing, outer lined with fabric to match the main body of the collar.

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The martingale design is intended to be both gentle on your dogs neck and keep them safe by helping to prevent them from slipping their collar.  This is especially important for dogs that have smaller heads than necks ie sighthounds. The martingale collar will only work when fitted correctly; below are details of how to fit.

The martingale collar consists of a larger fabric covered webbing loop that acts as the main collar section with a smaller webbing control loop. The larger martingale collar loop also has an adjuster and two metal control rings. The smaller webbing control loop also has fitted a small D ring to attach a lead.

Please note that martingale collars may not be exactly the same as the one on display due to fabric design patterns.  Also be  aware that colours can vary between individual monitors so if your unclear please do get in touch.

All Dogs on Bikes martingale collars are fitted with an alloy adjuster so they can be fitted perfectly!  It is recommended that when fitting you first loosen the martingale collar to fit comfortably over your dogs head then adjust when in position on their neck.
The martingale should be in position behind the ears and then adjusted to fit so that when the control loop is tightened there is a two finger gap between the two large control rings. The metal control rings should never meet or overlap when the martingale collar is tightened on walking as this will stop the design function of the martingale collar.

Below is Boris showing you the correct way to fit his martingale collar. This is what yours should look like after fitting correctly.

collar fitting

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