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Rapid Rewards Deluxe Dog Training Bag with Belt by Doggone Good!
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- Professional Quality: Doggone Good is a small company well known to professional dog trainers for making carefully designed and durable training bags. The Rapid Rewards bag is a very well-made and versatile dog training bag that you will love for years! Easy Open / Close Magnetic Opening!: The Rapid Rewards Bag has a magnetic closure with cord-pull for quick open/close operation.
- Roomy Main Compartment: Ergonomically shaped with gray interior lining for better visibility of treats. It easily accommodates 3 Cups of treats. A tennis ball would also fit with plenty of room for treats. Divider Panel: The Rapid Rewards Training Pouch main pocket has an inside divider panel with Velcro closure to store different treats or any item.
- Side and Front Pockets: Two small side pockets with a waste-bag dispenser feature (one side only). Small pockets can fit clickers, whistles, poop bags, etc. D-ring attachments on the small side pockets allow you attach gear with carabineers, etc. There is also a roomy front pocket with Velcro closure. The front pocket is large enough to store a small leash or a handful of treats. Zippered Back Compartment for Your Phone!: Roomy enough for cell phones, keys, credit cards and more. Here at Pet Expertise, this is our favorite feature (along with the divider panel)!
- Wear with Belt (included) or with Clip: The Rapid Rewards Bag Attaches to a belt or waistband with the Doggone Good custom-made molded belt clip that is beefy and has a strong positive grip (unlike most belt clips found on gear). It also has belt loops to attach to a waist belt.
- Details: 5.75" Wide, 6.75 " High and 2.75" Deep (when open). Low profile design when closed. Made of durable 600 denier polyester ("backpack") material. Machine washable (line dry).
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The Rapid Rewards Training Pouch is the newest training bag from Doggone Good. Rapid Rewards is designed for serious dog trainers and has loads of features. It is great for anyone who wants top flight gear, with a roomy main compartment and other goodies for use during training, outings, and anything that comes up while enjoying life with dogs!
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There are so many pockets on this thing it is like some of my Petunia Pickle Bottom diaper bags.
You can see a roll of poop bags fits in the side pocket. A little tight with a new roll, but works. My clicker fits snugly into the other side pocket.
The back zippered pocket will fit my Samsung S3 if I squeeze it. Could also easily put it in the front Velcro pocket (but not closed).
I like the magnetic closure for the top of the bag. Dog doesn't hear it open. It does not automatically close but is easy to do with a tap of the hand. The main pouch is very large. Really more than I needed for my little dog. Inner pocket has a Velcro closure and is quite roomy.
Bag is quite big but lies flat against my hip so not too obtrusive. Mine came with a nylon belt which I haven't used yet but am hoping to use as a way to tether the dog leash to me in the future.
Seems sturdy but it's still new to me. See pic of tag info for materials/cleaning.
I'm not a dog trainer, just invested in working with my new dog.
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This one is by far the best. I can fit enough treats in the main compartment to last a few sessions with heavy positive reinforcement.
The big advantage for me is the magnetic close feature. I was skeptical at first, but I can load almost a pound of semi moist training food in there, up to the top, and it still closes properly. The bag has a strong close, but is easy to open, even with gloves in the winter as I have tested. The mouth of the bag is shaped like a wedge, not round, so it closes right and keeps nosy noses out.
This bag not only has a roomy main compartment, but another closeable compartment within (closest to your waist). It has all the bells and whistles. This bag has several different compartments, more than I use. Room for keys and ID, possibly a phone.
The bag dispenser opening is small enough to let you pull the bags through comfortably and dispense bags. My bags are on the tougher side so I still need to use two hands to break them apart. Easy to load, just put the roll in and pull the loose end through - definitely that easy.
The belt clip is strong enough to keep the bag upright when clipped to an actual belt. If you load it up, it may be too heavy if you are wearing work out or yoga pants. They also include a belt. Easy to attach, my girlfriend uses it over her long winter puffy coat.
If I lost this today, I would overnight one tomorrow - that's how much I love this product.
Shape/size of bag:
Like other reviewers have said speed is important when training with dogs. The PS bag is large enough that in order for me to get treats out of it I found I either needed to fill the Petsafe bag almost to the brim, which meant adding way more treats than I would ever use in one (or two or three) training sessions, or putting a small bowl in the bag to keep the treats closer to the opening.
This issue is compounded by the fact that the Petsafe bag has square corners. I found myself adding lots of treats so they'd be accessible and by the time I got into the corners not only would I have to work to get the treats out because they'd be stuck and if I was using soft treats (which is standard for me) they would usually be mush by the time I got to them. Again, I solved this by putting a small bowl into the pouch. This seems like a strange hack to have to use to make the bag functional.
The DG bag is sized so I can put the normal amount of treats I'd use in one training session and still have easy access. There are no corners for soft treats to get stuck or mushed in and I am able to get the last treats out very easily. This is also important when cleaning since with the DG bags I can simply dump the treats out and clean the bag while with the Petsafe bag I had a tough time getting stuff out of the corners and washing it.
The Doggone Good bag has a magnetic closure while the Petsafe brand has a spring loaded closure that allows for quick opening or closing.
Each style is different. The Doggone bag doesn't hold its shape open, but I don't find this too much of a problem. On the other hand the snap closure makes for a nice wide opening but your treats are accessible to the dogs as well and if you forget to close the enclosure and bend over you can lose your treats onto the floor. To me this comes down to personal preference but I prefer the DG bag since it essentially has a closed opening "default".
I would consider the size of the DG opening to be average relative to what's on the market and the PS bag's opening to be large. This does make a difference if you have large hands. If you do I would recommend the PS bag even with its faults.
I found the build of each to be comparable. Both are a water resistant nylon. The DG bag is ripstop and I've been using it heavily for 7 months with no complaints. I stopped using the PS bag but it seems well constructed too.
The DG bag has 2 clips and 4 extra pockets including one inside the pouch which I use for clickers or different types of treats, two side pouches one of which has a slot for dispensing bags. I have a friend who is also a professional dog handler who uses it essentially as a hip pack for personal and dog items so I think it is pretty versatile. I don't use the clips.
The PS bag has an extra pocket, a clip and elastic straps. Again I don't use the clips and as for the elastic straps I can't say I was sure what they were meant for. I tried putting my clicker in it which seemed to work but it was fairly awkward. I prefer the pockets of the DG bag for holding a clicker.
With either bag I recommend using a belt and not the belt clip.