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This is a new 1.5 inch (38mm) wide Martingale Dog Collar. (You can chose your collar size on the listing). Collar is Fully Lined in Satin Finish Fabric for your dogs comfort. (Measure to make sure your dogs neck is long enough to wear a 1.5 inch wide collar before ordering as some dogs do not have a long enough neck to comfortably wear a Wide collar). Martingale collars are a partial choke type collar suitable for many breeds. They do not have a buckle or clasp and slip on over the dog's head and adjust to size. For Sizing: - Measure your dog's neck where the collar sits and add a couple of inches extra for the collar to slip on over the dog's head. Also see our Frequently Asked Questions Page for more information. (Note: Most Greyhounds wear Medium Size). Collars are made with strong nickel finish metal hardware and a welded D-ring on the center loop. Made in Canada.
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