Why Dog Treat Bag Hands-Free Puppy Training Pouch?
When it comes to training your dog I would recommend getting a treat pouch, of course, you can use a zip lock bag and just put the food/treats it in your pocket a lot of trainers even recommend that as to hide treats from your dog but I have noticed with my dog Echo and I believe this goes for most Belgian Malinois that he knows either way, even when I have my hand closed he knows. So for a treats pouch, I recommend getting one with a magnet to close it, not one with string, and ideally a belt clip I’m not a fan of the ones you need you an extra belt across your stomach. The brand doesn’t really matter but get something that will last Ruffwear makes some great products I have something similar.
Great for Puppy Training & Walking: This on-the-go dog treat bag can carry your dog’s favorite treat and toys. Great for puppy training and walking. Max Capacity: 2 Cup
Easy to Open & Close: With big opening and drawstring closure allows quick access to the pouch with one hand, freeing the other for training signals and commands. It can stay open for every time you need a treat
Portable & Convenient: With adjustable waist belt, this pouch attaches securely around your waist, or simply attach the clip to your belt. You can focus more on your dog and not having to search everywhere for treats
Durable & Functional: 1680D Oxford fabric makes the bag strong and sturdy. The built-in waste bag dispenser is attached to the back for quick and easy access for taking care of messes. D-ring on the belt is great for dog training clicker or other accessories
Lifetime Warranty: Vivaglory guarantees against defects in materials and workmanship of our dog treat bag for a lifetime.
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