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We've dug for our favourite dog products!
Browse our list of dog toys and tools that we know will bring you and your dog a lot of joy as the help train them, but above all meet their needs!
Twister Food Puzzle
We think food puzzles should replace dog bowl any day every day! They not only help slow down fast eaters but more than anything it gets your dog to use their mental energy! There are different levels of food puzzles so feel free to start with a beginner one so your dog enjoys it from the start.
Regular leash meets flexi/retractable leash, but better! Use a long leash (aka a long line) to walk your dog as you improve their leash walking skills, as well as for recall training. The length of these leashes make it easier for your dog to have a bit more freedom to snuffle during your walks and allow you to practice creating some space before calling them back to you.
Extendable Flirt Pole
Prey drive is natural for dogs, and they each need an outlet for it, match their interest. Using a flirt pole you can provide a very engaging outlet for your dog to burn some physical energy. Add some agility equipment to get the most out of your dog. We do recommend using flirt poles for short periods of time, so that you dog learns how to disengage from it as well.
Brick Food Puzzle
This food puzzle makes for an excellent outlet for your dog's mental energy on a daily basis! This is the easiest puzzle on this list. Perfect for puppies and beginners. Supervised play is recommended. If your dog resorts to chewing, switch to a more physical game/activity before trying again.
Freedom (No-Pull) Harness
Likely the best and safest dog-walking tool available. Freedom (No-Pull) Harnesses come with two clips, ad the front one is the one you can rely on to most easily guide your dog to help redirect them when you think they may be pulling. Like with any dog training tool, proper training and doing so in ideal setups is what will ultimately help you find success with these harnesses.
It sounds silly but it's really not! You can attach a cat bell to your dog's collar and use it as a signal that your dog is awake. This is particularly useful to help young dog prevent from feeling the need to whine or bark when they've woken from their nap (especially when alone in their crate) to get attention. The cat bell can notify you that they're moving around in their crate, making it so you can walk around/nearby without your pup having to ask for you.
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