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Old 04-01-2008, 09:52 AM
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P.S. a lot of martingale hardware I've seen leaves a lot to be desired. I love my dogma london 'gales, but the hardware is too thin to logically use on a doberman. For this reason I would not buy a martingale online unless you've seen one of the same brand *in person*.
You're right. To add to that, I would NOT buy from 2 Hounds Design. I adore their collars, but the hardware is much too thin. While I trust them to hold Middie no matter what, and otherwise they are very strong, the hardware is almost on the light side, whereas I like to see it medium/thick.
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Old 04-01-2008, 09:53 AM
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EDIT: Thanks for the advice on the martingales, Sizzle. I'd love to get a Paco collar too. But I dunno...the price is a bit intimidating.
Agreed, this is my biggest hurdle with Paco collars, Matt would KILL me if I spent $100 on a collar for Sierra... but they look so fantastic!

I'd consider it if I were in your shoes Gemp (with your dogs. Sierra's too little and not strong enough to justify NEEDING a collar like a Paco).
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Old 04-01-2008, 10:17 AM
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Yeah, the hardware is what worries me. Voodoo has gone through two slip chains by pulling the links apart, and the martingle hardware I've seen looks a bit flimsy for him. But that site Shadow posted does interest me! I'll check it out.
I'll take a picture of Hannah's super sturdy martingale close up so you can see the hardware and the super duty box stitching.

Amanda does a GREAT job. This thing is sturdy.
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Old 04-01-2008, 10:25 AM
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Matt would KILL me if I spent $100 on a collar for Sierra... but they look so fantastic!
Ah, but not all of them are $100. Ilsa's Paco Collar, had I actually paid for it, would have only been $66.95. Ronin's would have been $82.99

Got anything you can barter, Gemp? I looove their barter policy!
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Old 04-01-2008, 10:34 AM
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You all know where my collar preferences lie. I always go with Collar Mania because I've used them, know they work, and tend to stick with what I've found works for Ella.

From having a dog aggressive puller who is as strong as an ox when she gets in the "zone", I'd have to say that Collar Mania makes pretty darn strong collars.
I have leather, nylon, and fabric collars in regular buckle and martingale style. I have yet to have a collar fail on me that has been made by Collar Mania. I deem myself pretty **** picky when it comes to equipment, too.

Collar Mania has a million choices (and Lisa always helps out those who have a hard time deciding on something) and her hardware is beefy AND strong.

Her prices are pretty reasonable as well.

ETA: also, if Lisa doesn't have something that you would like for your collar, she will try her hardest to get you what you want whether it be a fabric type or buckle type. She will do what is within her power to make your custom collar...well, custom.
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