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    Default Recommendations please for treat bags/pouches for training classes

    Please could you let me know what treat bags or pouches you have found good for small treats for using in training classes?

    Tommy just started classes again , hopefully no more ....

    My fish4 dogs treat bag has died

    the tie to close the bag came out and I can't resurrect it! I don't really want to order another one as I don't like the treats that come with them anyway.




    I like a bag with some sort of closure - there seem to be some around with velcro "lids"? Are these any good?



    Also a good strong clip to attach it to me - I like that about the fish4dogs one. Rather than just a hook which are usually thin plastic and don't last.



    Any recommendations gratefully received - thank you
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    I got a great one at a petstore by the shore, but I don't know who made it. I too was looking for one that I really liked and sorely disappoined by what I was finding. I purchased a couple on etsy but was not happy with what I found. This one, you just squeeze the "pouch" and out comes little treats (I use kibble as treats)>

    I'll search tonight and see if I can find it online. It's pretty nifty.
    Lani
    (a.k.a. Lucky's & Sparky's mom!)

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    Rock climbers keep small pouches at their waist for dispensing chalk (chalk bags). They are often quite attractive, and sturdy. You may find something in that category.

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    These are cool

    http://www.zazzle.co.uk/cavalier+aprons

    They have pockets for holding treats.

    Nanette
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    Found it! I love this one - it is so easy to get the treats out:

    http://www.pawsdownpets.com/index.ph...4919d94b2f717b
    Lani
    (a.k.a. Lucky's & Sparky's mom!)

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