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The Mini Mardi Gras P needs no introduction! At 2" wide, this classic design is reminiscent of the colourful Mardi Gras beads of New Orleans. Crafted on our Limited Edition Soft Grey leather paired with our Grape Sparkle Specialty Leather, the Mini Mardi Gras P is the perfect addition for your dog's collar wardrobe.Choose your collar size and closure style from the options below.
IMPORTANT: If selecting the French Martingale Leash option, the leash portion will be BLACK.
Sizing your dog for a Martingale or French Martingale:Measure the circumference of your dog's head at its widest point. Choose a collar size that you will be able to slip on and off comfortably. The collar size you choose will determine the fit of your Martingale collar or French Martingale Leash. For example, a 10-13” collar size will give you a 10” collar with d-rings touching and 13” when the d-rings are open at their widest.
Finding the perfect size of collar can be tricky. Luckily, our FBD collars come in a wide variety of sizes and widths.
Each of our collars has 7 holes that are placed 1/2" apart, spanning a total of 3". We recommend choosing a collar that will allow your dog to wear their collar on one of the 3 middle holes. This way, you’ll always have room to allow for seasonal weight changes.
Collars are sized by NECK SIZE, not overall length. Ensuring a proper neck measurement is key to selecting a collar that fits your dog properly!
Follow these steps to ensure a proper measurement: 1. Use a soft (cloth) measuring tape. If you don’t have one, sub in a piece of string or rope. You can then record your dog’s size by measuring the string with a ruler.
2. Measure your dog's neck in the middle of the neck, not too high up (close to the head) and not too far down (close to the shoulders). This will result in a collar that is too small or too big. Do not add extra length "just in case". This will result in a collar that is too big for your dog.
3. For growing puppies or dogs with extra thick coats, we recommend adding a little extra space (2-3 fingers) when measuring, for comfort.
4. Choose a collar size for which your dog’s neck measurement is closest to the middle hole of the size range.
More Size Questions?
Whether your dog is between sizes or you simply have questions, we’re happy to help.