There are a few different collar types for you to pick from within out little shop. Please make sure you ready through the descriptions to make sure you select the correct type for you. 


Martingale Collars


Martingale collars are a buckleless dog collar. Originally designed for dogs whose heads are smaller than their necks, these collars have recently gained popularity among other breed owners and are commonly used for greyhounds, labs, setters, and boxers.


Many trainers now recommend them over choke chains or buckle collars.


The martingale collar has two loops. One small, which holds the d-ring, and one large, which adjusts to tighten or loosen the collar. When walking your pup, the smaller loop will cinch up when the dog pulls. This will tighten the collar around the dogs neck and should get them to stop pulling. For stronger pullers, we recommend pinch collars to be used on walks. 


This collar is NOT meant for tie-outs. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 

Buckle Collars


Buckle collars are the more common collar. They have a black plasic side-release buckle to make it easier to put the collar on your pup and to take it off.


Using the buckle collar for walks, even with a pup that pulls hard, will not cause the collar to break away. It will take a lot of force for it to break.


The buckle collar is fully adjustable and have a d-ring as well to attach a leash and/or tags. 


This collar is NOT meant for tie-outs. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 

Breakaway Cat Collars


Cat collars are small breakway collars designed just for your kitty. The buckle breaks at about 8 lbs of pressure and the size is a standard cat collar size of 7-12 inch around the neck. There is a d-ring for any tags your kitty has to wear and a small bell is also attached to it. It can easily be removed if you choose to not have it on the collar.  


Not all fabrics can be made into cat collars. Those that can be have the option to order this size. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 

Tag/House Collars


Tag collars are used for just your pets tags. They are light weight and comfy for your dog to wear around the house, walking with a different collar on, or when wearing a harness. 


This tag collar adjusts but does not have a d-ring. The lack of extra hardware keeps the collar light weight. However, you do receive a clip with a split-ring on it to hold your pets tags. 


This collar is NOT meant for tie-outs. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 

Buckle Martingale Collars


Buckle (side-release) martingales are the same design as a standard martingale but have the quick release buckle added into them. Like the martingale, this collar has two loops.  One small, which holds the d-ring, and one large, which adjusts to tighten or loosen the collar. The buckle is added into the larger loop to make putting on the collar and taking it off easier. When walking your pup, the smaller look will cinch up when the dog pulls. This will tighten the collar around the dogs neck and should get them to stop pulling. For stronger pullers, we recommend pinch collars to be used on walks. 


This collar is NOT meant for tie-outs. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 

Chain Martingale Collars


Like the regular martingale collars are a buckleless dog collar. Originally designed for dogs whose heads are smaller than their necks, these collars have recently gained popularity among other breed owners and are commonly used for greyhounds, labs, setters, and boxers.


Many trainers now recommend them over choke chains or buckle collars.


This martingale collar type has two loops. One small, which is the chain portion, and one large, which adjusts to tighten or loosen the collar. When walking your pup, the chain loop will cinch up when the dog pulls. This will tighten the collar around the dogs neck and should get them to stop pulling. For stronger pullers, we recommend pinch collars to be used on walks. 


This collar is NOT meant for tie-outs. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 


THIS COLLAR IS NOT FOR WATER WEAR. CHAIN WILL RUST.

Chain Buckle Martingale Collars


Chain Buckle (side-release) Martingales are the same design as a standard martingale but have the quick release buckle added into them. This martingale collar type has two loops. One small, which is the chain portion, and one large, which adjusts to tighten or loosen the collar. When walking your pup, the chain loop will cinch up when the dog pulls. This will tighten the collar around the dogs neck and should get them to stop pulling. For stronger pullers, we recommend pinch collars to be used on walks. 


This collar is NOT meant for tie-outs. 


Like all collars, they must be cleaned and checked regularly for wear and tear. 


THIS COLLAR IS NOT FOR WATER WEAR. CHAIN WILL RUST.