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Guardian Gear Terylene Dog Training Treat Bag, Blue


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  • Training dog treat bag can be worn around the waist or clipped to a pocket or belt loop to keep treats handy during agility training sessions
  • Water-resistant bag has a key ring and two additional pockets
  • The main pouch has a stay-open spring hinge top that snaps shut to keep treats securely stored
  • Available in blue color and adjust to fit waists up to 50-inch
  • Measures 8-3/4-inch length by 6-3/4-inch width by 3-1/2-inch height
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Product Description

Training dog treat bag can be worn around the waist or clipped to a pocket or belt loop to keep treats handy during agility training sessions. The main pouch has a stay-open spring hinge top that snaps shut to keep treats securely stored. Water-resistant bag has a key ring and two additional pockets for storing supplies and personal items. Bag measures 8 3/4-inch length by 6 3/4-inch width by 3 1/2-inch height and adjust to fit waists up to 50-inch. Available in blue color.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 4.8 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001TH6Q1K
  • Item model number: ZW2907 19
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,975 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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I highly recommend this item for anyone working on training their animal(s).
N. Rogers
The bag is really sturdy and the clasp clams shut to keep treats in which is really nice and works well, and it's pretty easy to open one handed.
Cindy
I have it now for some time and it is holding up nicely and working just as it did when it was new.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By E. L. Edshteyn on April 3, 2011
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I'm a professional dog trainer and am always looking for new and different treat bags. This is obviously a rip off of the Premier treat bag (which I love dearly), but I thought I would give it a try. It seems like it might be a tad larger than the Premier bag, which is fine with me. My major problem with it is that it's incredibly difficult to open. I literally need two hands to wrench it open, which is the last thing you want during a training session when you need to reinforce quickly. It might be a dud, but it's a dud that's got me going back to Premier. The front pocket is also smaller than the Premier pocket, though I do like the back clip better, as well as the type of belt they use, but since I can barely get the bag open, none of that really matters. The material inside also seems like it would degrade over time.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 30, 2009
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First of all this a dedicated TREAT BAG, not a purse or fanny pack so don't expect to carry more than the essentials in it. Cell phones, wallets and dog toys fit better in large pockets, that's what they're for. Or use a fanny pack--especially if you're a sport enthusiast--and need to have the extra storage space.

The zipper pouch in the hidden back of the treat bag is good for basic ID, an ATM/credit card or paper money.

The front velcro pocket is good for a small ball, but not much else. I buy the box of plastic one size fits all gloves for picking up dog poop in my backyard (the gloves make sure I pick it ALL up) and I stuff some of these in the velcro pocket to pick up any mess my dog makes. Turn inside out and you have a poop pick up or a slobbery ball holder you can tie off and place in your pocket without much worry of an inappropriate wet mark on your pants/shorts.

I use a short clip-on key ring for my basic key set (house door,car door/ignition and mail key) and they fit nicely on the key ring attached to the treat bag when I have no pockets or my pockets are full.

Now to the meat of the item, this is a good grade of material that you will expect to use for some time. Not thin plastic like you might find on other products (*cough*Outward Hound*cough*). The item says it's water resistant and I'd believe it. Resistant not proof. It has the velcro pouch and a thin open area where the main pouch is so the water will go inside that if it's pouring or submersed. Just like is says, the main pouch has a stay-open spring hinge top that snaps shut to keep treats securely stored. It's a little stiff, and I like it that way.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Alex Chaffee on December 19, 2009
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When I got this bag I suspected that the mechanism wouldn't last long. It felt a bit creaky and I feared it would either freeze up or get too loose to remain open once opened.

But I've had it at my waist now for 3+ months of twice daily dog walks and it's still opening (and remaining open) and closing (and remaining closed) just like new. Just remember, that slightly sticky feeling when you squeeze it open or shut isn't a bug, it's a feature!

I also like the size of the main pocket. It's big enough to pour a whole week's supply of treats in there. And there's two little pockets (one velcro, one zippered) for insubstantial extras like a thin plastic poop bag. And a nice keychain loop to stick a clicker on.

The only flaw is the belt; it's not fastened on and is a little small for the belt loops so it occasionally slips out when I'm carrying (not wearing) it, and plus the buckles are kind of primitive so it tends to get loose no matter how tightly I cinch it.

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After the hinge on this one wore out I ordered http://www.amazon.com/Premier-Pet-Treat-Pouch-Black/dp/B000JCWAWA and it's working great. Feels a bit sturdier and the material is a bit firmer than the Guardian.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Allison Chappell on October 21, 2009
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Easy to open and close with one hand, doesnt close 100% so could still loose treats if turned over but not just if you are leaning down. Keeps dogs face out of treat bag. Handy pockets for clicker, keys, or other small things. t
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Denver Granny on December 12, 2009
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I shopped through a lot a treat bags before choosing this one. I wanted one that would stand open for quick, easy access to the treats. I also wanted one with its own belt, since I never wear one, and the belt had to be long enough for an overweight person like me (some others had belts, but they were too short). I couldn't imagine one that clipped onto my waistband being either comfortable or secure. I wish only that all the pockets were a little larger to carry more treats and more and larger accessories. My keys barely fit into one of the small pockets. Well constructed overall. I'll be using it for a long time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By crisps on November 8, 2012
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I have two issues with this bag. First is the smell. It smells so strongly of chemicals that I hate to put treats in there and then give to my dog since I'm sure the treat is absorbing the chemicals that are being emitted. I've washed the bag, and left it outside for a week and it still smells strongly. The other issue is the opening mechanism. The first couple of times I tried it the bag stayed open for me to get treats out but no longer does. I need two hands to get it open and then it immediately snaps shut. It's going in the garbage since it's worthless.
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