DetailsAnimal lovers want the best for their dogs. But it can be difficult for dog owners to find correct and comfortable equipment for their pets. Half check collars are made to suit all types of dogs, no matter what breed or size. Whether training a dog or simply maintaining control when out for walks or runs, half check collars reinforce a more kind and gentle way to exert authority over the dog.Half check collars, also known as martingale or combination/combi collars, are used in a similar way to a choke chain. The sound of the loose chain rings are designed to indicate to the dog that the owner is about to pull or jerk the lead as a means of taking control.
17” - 22”
18” - 24”
19” - 26”
20” - 28”
Kryptek™ camo patterns provide a tactical advantage to the Operator by reducing visual acquisition through the combination of proven camouflage concepts, scientific principles and field testing. The Kryptek™ designs incorporate proven principles of visual deception based on mimicry of foliage, animal, marine and geographic visual qualities. These principles have been combined with evolutionary concepts and fused with state of the art technology to offer the utmost in effective concealment in differing environments.
MultiCam® is a single camouflage pattern designed to help the wearer hide in varied environments, seasons, elevations, and light conditions. It was designed to address the real-world need for concealment in different environments, with one basic kit of gear. While there are many great location-specific patterns, MultiCam® is designed to work well across a very broad range of environmental conditions when observed in both the visual and near infrared (night vision) spectrums.
Multicam uses a near exact match colour scheme to the British MTP meaning that you are able to wear Multicam Items with MTP
Other safety issues to consider are how to actually use a half check collar. There are various dos and don’ts that come with the use of half check collars.Do fit the chain, so that when tightened the two rings meet the dog’s neck.
Do ensure enough space for two fingers to be slipped in under the collar, against the neck.
Don’t use the collar to jerk or choke the dog.
Don’t fit the collars tight up behind the dog’s ears.
Safety and comfort are the most important factors to consider when buying a half check dog collar. When purchasing, make sure the right size is known. Measure the dog’s neck, or at the very least, consider their breed, size and build. Think about the dog, its behaviour, and consider the personal comfort that it requires.