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Old July 19th 04, 07:44 AM
Rex
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Default What about dog collars?

I'm researching for a project on
whippets and one section involves
martingale collars.

What's the single
biggest question you have about
Martingale Collars?

Thanks for any input.
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Old July 19th 04, 07:59 PM
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On 18 Jul 2004 23:44:16 -0700 Rex whittled these words:
I'm researching for a project on
whippets and one section involves
martingale collars.


What's the single
biggest question you have about
Martingale Collars?


Thanks for any input.


How can you tell a martingale collar from any other collar?

Is a martingale collar different from a "limited slip" or "limited choke"
collar?

Why is it called a "martingale" it doesn't look or act anything like a
"martingale" for a horse?
http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=martingale

Do you mean the kind of martingale collar noted here?
http://www.boxerworld.com/training/collars/
or the distinctly different type noted here?
http://www.greenmtdogcollars.com/new_page_1.htm




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Old July 20th 04, 12:02 AM
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It is a limited slip collar. Normally made out of webbing, and I suppose it
is called a martingale, because it is loose, unless the dog is being
corrected, in which case it tightens to a certain extent. Martingales, for
horses that is, work in the same way. The rings are loose, or if it's a
standing martingale, the strap is loose, unless being acted upon when the
horse moves out of frame, or tries to throw it's head up.
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On 18 Jul 2004 23:44:16 -0700 Rex whittled

these words:
I'm researching for a project on
whippets and one section involves
martingale collars.


What's the single
biggest question you have about
Martingale Collars?


Thanks for any input.


How can you tell a martingale collar from any other collar?

Is a martingale collar different from a "limited slip" or "limited choke"
collar?

Why is it called a "martingale" it doesn't look or act anything like a
"martingale" for a horse?
http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=martingale

Do you mean the kind of martingale collar noted here?
http://www.boxerworld.com/training/collars/
or the distinctly different type noted here?
http://www.greenmtdogcollars.com/new_page_1.htm




--
Diane Blackman
http://dog-play.com/
http://dogplay.com/Shop/



 




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