The 1,2,3's of getting the collar you need.

    • Decide if you want a prong or a flat collar.
      • Please watch the video regarding "Collar Styles" and read the page showing all your collar options. Pictures of the prong sizes are shown below.
    • Click on and view Options which are upgrades that you may want.
    • Decide on the collar width 3/4,1,1 1/2 or 2 Inch you want.
    • Click on and view the collars of your choice and add it to the cart.
    • Before you check out, do you need a leash? If so, view our leads and RC Leatherworks for all your options.
    • Add it to your cart and pay for your order.
    • Watch your mailbox.
    • Enjoy your walks with your furry friend.
      Our standard medium size (2.3mm) prongs are equivalent to the Sprenger small size) with our large size prongs (3.2mm).

        This is our standard style Keeper Hidden Prong collar. It features a snap buckle and adjustable tug so that the collar can be custom fit to your dog and so that the collar will stay high on the dog's neck without being too tight.You can see that there are no prongs in the middle of the collar. This is by design. The reason that we leave a gap in the prongs is to protect the dog’s trachea (wind pipe). Normal leash corrections should never cause any injury but if the dog should suddenly lunge against the lead, this gap will help prevent injury to that tender area.

         

         

        The Standard Flat Collar features the same snap buckle with as our hidden prong collars but doesn't have the tug. It uses a sliding metal double ring for size adjustment and includes a leash ring.


         

         

         

         

          

        The first of our martingale style collars is the Martingale Style . It uses the same tug design as the Keeper Hidden Prong collar with a sliding metal double ring that allows you to change how far the martingale can loosen. Martingale collars come with or without a plastic snap buckle. If you order a collar without a snap buckle, be sure that it will be able to slide over the widest part of the dog's head. All slip style (limited slip,martingale, etc.) collars should be measured the same way that you would measure for a prong collar. 

         

        The second martingale style is the Loop Martingale. This is a more traditional martingale design with a loop of nylon webbing with no adjustment slide as in the Keeper Style martingale. Because there is no adjustment slide, we can include matching ribbon on the loop. Loop style martingales can be ordered with and without a snap buckle. If you order a collar without a snap buckle, be sure that it will slide over the widest part of the dog's head. All slip style (limited slip, martingale, etc.) collars should be measured the same way that you would measure for a prong collar.

         

        The Limited Slip style collar design has a tug that pulls from one side only. It can be adjusted for size to be LARGER than the ordered size but cannot be made smaller than the size ordered. The Limited Slip style can be ordered with and without a buckle. If you order it without a buckle, be sure that the collar will slide over the widest part of the dog’s head. All slip style (limited slip, martingale, etc.) collars should be measured the same way that you would measure for a prong collar.

         

        The third martingale style is the Vegas Style.  This is a limited slip design that features a tug that pulls in one direction rather than from the center.  Vegas Style collars feature a matching ribbon on the tug.  The Vegas Style can be ordered with or without a snap buckle.  There is no size adjustment to the Vegas Style collar so if you order a collar without a snap buckle, be sure that it will slide over the widest part of the dog's head. All slip style (limited slip, martingale, etc.) collars should be measured the same way that you would measure for a prong collar.

         

        Here's Kit, the Belgian malinois, being measured.  Measure just under the jaw and behind the ears.  The measurement should be snug, not tight.  When we build the collar, we will add the necessary slack into the collar so don't worry about it being too small.  As you can see, Kit measures 15 inches.