Training Equipment

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To help you choose, click on a collection below. We're always happy to offer advice if you need it, just drop us a message. 

Leads and Lines 
We're pretty fussy about leads as they can make a HUGE difference to your walks, both for your dog and for you. We never recommend anything less than 2m in length and our preference is usually the double ended training leads as they are really versatile (can be attached to two points of contact and sometimes shortened, for example on a narrow pavement). 
For long lines, we suggest starting at 5m until you're confident with it and then increasing length if needed. The 2.5m lines are super lightweight and great for at home but also for those final stages of recall training.......
Belts and bags
Leads should never be wrapped around wrists - not only do you risk an awful injury, it creates tension for both you and your dog. If you're worried about your dog pulling out of your hand, use a walking belt and either use a good length double ended lead which you attach to it for safety (still hold the lead yourself, but it is attached as a back up) or even use an additional separate lead which goes direct to the belt. 
If you don't want to pop messy treats directly in your pockets or need to keep certain treats separate, these treat pouches are fab for either attaching to you or putting inside your pocket with the treats in - easy to pop your hand in to take out what you need, and easy to wash too! 
Safety and space
When walking your dog you need to be visible, especially at night or in foggy conditions and sometimes you need to ask other people and dogs to keep to a comfortable distance.....
Clickers and whistles
Reward markers are really helpful when you're training. Clickers come in various shapes and sizes and it is important to find one which you find really comfortable to hold and use. We offer a couple of different types including one which is volume adjustable - great for using outside (on a louder setting) and for sensitive dogs (on the quietest setting).
And a whistle can be used to teach a recall too! 
For clicker training games, enrichment activities, physiotherapy and exercise and lots more.....