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Treat Bags get seal of approval

Karen Wild, profesional dog trainer, author and dog behaviour feature writer in Dogs Today magazine, recentlly put our new treats bags through some rigorous testing in her dog training classes and her review is so glowing it even made me blush!

If you already know of our products you will know that we pride ourselves on great quality, reliability and usefulness. We want to make products that our customers love as much as we do and to get this kind of review puts a spring in our step.

When I first tried a bit of dog agility training with Rosie and Barney I discovered how awkward treat bags were to use. First you have toggles to wrestle with whislt under the time constraint of giving the treat so the dog remembers what it’s being rewarded for, then you are so preoccupied with delivering the treat quickly you forget your plentiful bag is open and promptly dispense the majority of your treats on the floor!

And then there’s the running!

This basically translates into “how many treats can you scatter around the course” It became plainly evident that dog treat bags needed a “Dicky Bag” style overhaul, and we’re pretty pleased with how it turned out.

We have produced an anti spill lid which allows instant acces to your treats. It has a belt loop, carabineer and double sided velcro one wrap so you can attach to whatever you want. The neoprene stops grease marks from meat or cheese leeching through onto your clothing and it is easily washed either by hand or on a cool wash in the machine without falling apart. Now that’s what you call a treat bag!

If you don’t believe me, go and read Karens blog here.

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