Dog Training Leash and Treat Pouch
The purpose of a leash is to keep your dog with you at all times. It’s a safety tool. It’s that simple. 🙂
If I had a wish, it would be that no one holds his leash in his hands ever. You can’t even imagine how this will make your life so much easier! Plus, your dog learns so much faster without it.
As humans, we love to pull, guide, tug and jerk our dogs with the leash. When watching people teach their dogs how to walk on a leash, they are holding the leash loop in one hand while steering their dogs with the other part of the leash. If you drop the “steering” part of the leash, you allow your dog to make choices.
Fanna’s Favorite Dog Training Leash
Hence, my favorite leash is the Buddy Systems Hands-Free Leash! You can adjust the leash length, and the waistband is very comfy and roomy. When your hands are free, you can hold a clicker, give treats, and so many other things!
Best Regular Training Leash
If you must use a handheld leash, I really like Halti’s Leash made by In the Company of Animals. It’s so soft and adjustable, and you can easily tether them if needed and works great with the Freedom Harness.
Fanna’s Favorite Treat Pouches
Treat pouches will make your life easier, trust me. You need easy access to treats!
A treat pouch must be easy to get my hands in, closable if needed, attached to a belt or strap, easily washable and able to hold many treats. Oh, and I feel they should be cute too, as I’m always wearing one. 🙂
- My favorite is the Citizen Canine by Tom Bihn. It’s the Cadillac of bait bags! The inside is a contrasting color so I can see what’s in my bait bag. Plus, you can wear it across your body (like a purse) instead of around your waist.
- If price is a concern, I recommend the Doggone Good treat bags. They fit all my criteria except they attach to your belt or pocket only. You can’t go wrong with this version either. It’s lovely and does its job extremely well!
Bark back! What is your favorite leash and treat pouch, and why? Please comment below.
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