MacLeod Blue Plaid Martingale Dog Collars
Blue Plaid Martingale Dog Collar
Starting MSRP: $26.95
Our Starting Price: $14.99
You Save: $11.96
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- 100% guaranteed even on chew damage
- Machine washable nylon
- Hardware won't rust or corrode
- Super value pricing
- Made in America
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Chase those blues away with this blue plaid martingale dog collar!
The MacLeod plaid really stands out on the bright blue nylon webbing. This plaid martingale dog collar is a great look for your true blue friend.
Our martingale dog collars are humane limited slip collars that are safer than standard training collars, pinch collars or prong collars. These collars are especially good for dogs with small heads, like greyhounds and other sighthounds, and for dogs that slip their regular collars.
Our martingale collars are made with premium quality nylon webbing, some of which is custom woven to our specifications. Our webbing offers superior strength, durability, abrasion resistance, and longevity. All of our martingale dog collars are guaranteed against workmanship and material defects. Please see our return policy for details.
A Sylvan & Sons martingale dog collar is 100% made in America. We're headquartered in Odessa, Fl, which is also home to our manufacturing. We purchase all of our raw materials and supplies from American companies. Most of our customers are also American, although we're happy to ship outside the US.
We ship our martingale collars as soon as possible after receiving an order. We ship on weekdays only, and we try to get every order out within 24 working hours. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with your collar, please send it back in original, unused condition for a refund or exchange.
We know you'll agree that for comfort and style, our martingale dog collars are simply the best; our prices can't be beat; and our super styles make your dog look great!
Matching dog leashes and dog collars are available, however collar bows are not recommended for martingale collars.