The best Professional tool-box for dog Trainers.

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    Aelfweald78
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    Conflicts are inevitable in a multiple dog household. Sometimes fixing them is an easy tweak. Sometimes it isn’t. Learn how to prevent conflicts in the first place by setting guidelines, properly managing the living space, instilling good manners and impulse control as well as reinforcement of good decisions. Learn when conflicts cannot be resolved and when they can.We provide announcements & updates of everything going on around you.

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    rosyclintonn
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    Hey Hi,

    I believe that that the best dog training kit should have following items:-

    1. Dog Walking/Training Belt – This is a great product to have if you tend to carry a lot of stuff with you when training or walking a dog. It features pockets fitted with waste bags and antibacterial wipes, a tennis ball holder, a carabiner to attach your dog’s leash when not being used, and a pocket to store treats, keys, phone or money.

    2. Travel Water Bowl – You always need to ensure your dog, or dogs you are training are hydrated, especially if it’s warmer out.

    3. Treat Pouch – Dog training usually involves lots of treats. Having a treat pouch can allow you to have your hands free but still have easy access to treats at all times.

    4/5. Leads – A good quality, durable lead under 1 metre long, and a tracking lead over 2 metres long. You can find good quality leads at all good pet stores.

    6. Waste bags – Because, well, dogs poop.

    7. Dog Training Whistle – Dog whistles are becoming increasingly popular with dog trainers and dog owners. They are a great tool to use in recalling your dog as your dog will be able to hear the whistle better than your voice, especially over a long distance.

    8. Dog Training Target Stick – Target sticks are an effective tool to use in guiding your dog into various positions for a variety of tricks and other behaviours. Target training can be used to teach your dog more complex tricks like closing a door or turning on/off a light switch.

    9. Clicker – Clicker training is a simple and effective method of dog training based on positive reinforcement, that uses a click sound to tell the dog when they do something right. Clicker training is quickly becoming the preferred method of training dogs.

    10. Training Treats – When treats are used properly they can be an effective way of motivating your dog during training.

    11. Dog Training Book – A good dog training book is always handy to have so you can refer back to it whenever you please. Alternatively you can also use a notebook with your own dog training notes.

     

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    rosyclintonn
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    Hello,

    I believe that the best dog training tool kit should have the following items:-

    1. Dog Walking/Training Belt – This is a great product to have if you tend to carry a lot of stuff with you when training or walking a dog. It features pockets fitted with waste bags and antibacterial wipes, a tennis ball holder, a carabiner to attach your dog’s leash when not being used, and a pocket to store treats, keys, phone or money.

    2. Travel Water Bowl – You always need to ensure your dog, or dogs you are training are hydrated, especially if it’s warmer out.

    3. Treat Pouch – Dog training usually involves lots of treats. Having a treat pouch can allow you to have your hands free but still have easy access to treats at all times.

    4/5. Leads – A good quality, durable lead under 1 metre long, and a tracking lead over 2 metres long. You can find good quality leads at all good pet stores.

    6. Waste bags – Because, well, dogs poop.

    7. Dog Training Whistle – Dog whistles are becoming increasingly popular with dog trainers and dog owners. They are a great tool to use in recalling your dog as your dog will be able to hear the whistle better than your voice, especially over a long distance.

    8. Dog Training Target Stick – Target sticks are an effective tool to use in guiding your dog into various positions for a variety of tricks and other behaviours. Target training can be used to teach your dog more complex tricks like closing a door or turning on/off a light switch.

    9. Clicker – Clicker training is a simple and effective method of dog training based on positive reinforcement, that uses a click sound to tell the dog when they do something right. Clicker training is quickly becoming the preferred method of training dogs.

    10. Training Treats – When treats are used properly they can be an effective way of motivating your dog during training.

    11. Dog Training Book –
    A good dog training book is always handy to have so you can refer back to it whenever you please. Alternatively you can also use a notebook with your own dog training notes.


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