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    Ok I give up,

    what does a martingale for a dog look like?

    I know what they look like as part of horse tack ie it's to help keep a horse's head down (so it can't see anything ahead of it). And it consists of leather straps with rings that go around the reins and join to a single strap that joins around the chest and to the girth. I've never seen a dog with reins and a girth or a rider using them so having trouble figuring out how the rig applies to dog gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Ok I give up,

    what does a martingale for a dog look like?
    Collars

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    Ok strange and stranger

    Occy says Martingale is different to a "half check" collar but that web site says they are the same.

    BTW I didn't find any half check collars on Soveren's website - will have another look.

    Nope - I found a price list for them, but no photos of any in the galleries and a "search" on "half check" turned up nothing.

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    I found a few half check/ martingale collars @ soverencraft web site- Custom design numbers.

    http://www.soverencraft.com/apps/pho...lbumid=6726974


    Soveren can make to your specifications etc, with or without decorations etc

    Beautiful hand made dog collars - 4. Custom design numbers

    Beautiful hand made dog collars - 4. Custom design numbers

    Beautiful hand made dog collars - 4. Custom design numbers
    Last edited by Aussie Floyd; 10-12-2009 at 04:54 AM.

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    Occy if you are interested perhaps contact me through my website? It is not really appropriate for me to do business via Dog Forum even though I sponsor here.

    If you look in the product galleries (design numbers) I bet every second one or thereabouts is a half check. Any of the patterns can be a half check or whatever you want.

    Now, as to the confusion.... English talk about full martingales and half martingales. A traditional martingale is a lead with a chain/leather collar permanently attached. They do not separate. A half martingale is what we call a half check and is the leather collar but with a slip chain and a loop, you can clip a lead onto.
    Topdog collars (formerly Soverencraft.)
    www.soverencraft.com
    info@soverencraft.com

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    I dont know how to add a link but google can-am K9, they may have what your after.click on training supplies
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    Last edited by Malinois-72; 10-30-2009 at 03:35 PM.

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    All you do is type the web address and it will turn itself into a link.

    Google
    See^
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    All you do is type the web address and it will turn itself into a link.

    Google
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    Thankyou

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    Yes theirs is the same - that is a full martingale is the collar/leash permanently attached as a single unit. The half check is exactly the same idea except the lead can be unclipped to leave the collar in place.

    Any of my designs as in my gallery that you were looking at can be made in any configuration or any custom design if you have one.

    Alternatively the above site offers a cheaper product.
    Topdog collars (formerly Soverencraft.)
    www.soverencraft.com
    info@soverencraft.com

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