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    earthdog solid hemp martingale collars feature 100% hemp webbing. available in 5 colors and undyed natural. hypoallergenic. unlike nylon and other synthetics, hemp softens with wear making these collars extremely comfortable for your dog and, because they're machine-washable, they're hassle-free for you. all collars are 1" wide.

    we also offer a martingale relooping program to extend the life of your martingale collar.

    we do not recommend leaving martingale collars on unsupervised dogs. please see our "adjustable hemp collars" for all-day wear. if you're unsure which style collar is right for your needs please contact us.

    • small: 8"-14"
    • medium: 14"-20"
    • large: 18"-26"
    all sizes are 1" wide
    • small: 8-14"
    • medium: 14-20"
    • large: 18-26"

    washing instructions: machine wash cold, tumble dry

    Overall Customer Rating of 14 Reviews:

    Hemp martingale collar

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    My new rescue Great Dane has such sensitive skin. I tried everything, including rolled leather, to no avail until trying this hemp collar. It is perfect! Soft and no skin reactions. So glad he can keep his tags on finally and he is so handsome. Thank you!

    Great for a dog with allergies

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    I ordered this collar for my 48 lb. AmStaff--she likes to pull when walking on leash so I needed a strong collar that wouldn't snap open. However, she has allergies and sensitive skin, and will scratch at herself if the collar is rough, and can't wear a collar in the house at all. This martingale collar is perfect for her because it is strong but still soft. They don't last forever when you have a puller, though, so it will fray along the edges after a few years of doggie pressure.

    fine but flimsy

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    I was excited about this plain hemp martingale-style, but when it arrived it seemed thin and flimsy. I bought two for my Aussie and Lab, and returned them both untried. Recommend Planet Dog's hemp collars instead.

    So. CA.

    Hemp martingale collars are on my must have list

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    Earth Dog collars look great and are well made. Another big advantage of hemp is that it does not hold odors like nylon. Martingale collars are my favorite walking and training collars. Martingale collars are great collars for securely controlling your dog. (Not choking them) There are no buckles to break. When fitted properly it prevents the dog from backing out of the collar. For most dogs a proper fit is when the leash is tightened and the two metal rings touch and not constrict on the dogs neck while still leaving room for you to place two fingers under the collar. It should be fitted just tight enough that the dog cannot back out of it. Once the collar is fitted correctly it should slip over the head easily without the need to loosen. Martingales collars should not be left on unsupervised dogs. Instead use a standard buckle collar like the Earth Dog adjustable collars. Teach your dog to walk nicely and not pull on even if there is a squirrel, cat, anther dog, etc... My favorite technique that I use is this: https://youtu.be/ZkMYHuG1PEg

    Boston

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    Love the earthdog martingale collars, without them my dog would constantly slip her leash and be on the run. The collar is nice and soft, and is easy to throw in the wash.

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    <p>My yellow lab has two EarthDog hemp martingale collars and loves them! I have blue and green. Have the colors changed at all? The blue, blueberry, looks a bright blue but the one I have is not bright. I really would like an orange or yellow but do not see those colors -- not sure LUKE would like the fuchsia!</p><p>Thank you</p>
    May 13, 2017 7:39 PM
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    Hi, thanks for your question and glad you both love our collars! What's pictured above is our current available palette. If you're looking for more options you may like to surf over to the decorative martingale line. There are lots more choices there. Thanks
    dave colella May 18, 2017 1:07 PM
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    <p>When washed do they tend to stretch or shrink? My dog's got a 19 inch neck. I'm assuming the medium would be best.</p>
    February 5, 2017 11:16 AM
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    None of our collars will stretch or shrink with washing.
    dave colella May 1, 2017 11:12 AM
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    hi, medium would be best unless you expect more growth, weight gain or a thicker coat. our mediums go to 20" and larges starts at 18". thanks
    kym February 5, 2017 12:23 PM
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    <p>My Doberman is 17 in the neck.. which one should I get. Medium or large?</p>
    John N Lynne Murray January 25, 2017 9:05 PM
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    Hi, Medium would be best unless you expect more growth or weight gain. Large starts at 18". Thanks
    dave colella January 25, 2017 10:14 PM
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