Dog Training Supplies and Tools

Are you a new dog parent? Are you excited to train your dog? Do you love watching videos of dogs and their owners performing amazing tricks and obeying commands? If so, then you’re in the right place. Training a dog is a lot of fun, but it can also be frustrating at times.

Dog Leashes

While most people think of a dog leash as the tool that helps you keep your pet under control, we know that’s not all there is to it! There are several factors to consider when buying a new leash for your furry friend.

  • Length – The first thing to keep in mind when choosing a leash is length. This will depend on the size of your dog, as well as its training level. Did you know some leashes offer different lengths? You can opt for shorter leashes if you want more control over your pup or longer ones if they’re more independent and don’t require constant supervision.
  • Strength – Next up is strength—you’ll want to make sure your new leash will stand up against any pullers out there! Stronger materials like nylon and leather tend to work best with larger breeds since they’re able to withstand heavy pressure without breaking or tearing apart too easily (ahem…like me).
  • Keep in mind though: no matter what material it’s made from, any kind of corded rope should never be used around aggressive dogs because it could potentially break off during an attack which could cause injury or even death depending on where those pieces land afterwards.


Collars are for identification and safety. The collar should be comfortable, safe, easy to put on and take off, easy to clean, durable and long-lasting.

The collar should be made of a material that is strong enough to not break when the dog pulls against it but soft enough not to irritate your dog’s skin. It should also have some give so that if the dog gets caught on something, it will stretch instead of break (and possibly harm your pet). A wide variety of collars can be purchased at pet stores or online retailers such as Amazon or PetSmart.

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Harnesses are a great option for dogs that are hard to control. If your dog pulls on the leash and makes it impossible for you to walk without getting tugged around, consider using a harness. Harnesses help you control your dog’s movement, making it easier for you to walk in a straight line and more enjoyable for both of you.

Harnesses are also good options for older dogs or those with arthritis or back problems since they don’t put pressure on the neck or spine—unlike collars and leashes do.

Baskerville Ultra Muzzle

The Baskerville Ultra Muzzle is a great tool for dealing with dog behavior issues and for keeping your pooch under control. With proper use, the muzzle can help you to teach your dog appropriate behavior and reduce stress in training sessions.

It’s important to choose a muzzle that fits properly—the Baskerville Ultra Muzzle comes in five sizes based on breed and neck size, so be sure to measure before purchasing. You should also test the fit by putting it over your dog’s nose without straps or fasteners. When properly fitted, you should not be able to squeeze any part of the muzzle between his teeth; it should fit snugly enough that he cannot dislodge it with force but not so tight that it causes discomfort. If he can easily remove it, try another size or buy a different model altogether (many brands offer adjustable muzzles).

Many people are hesitant about using muzzles because they believe their dogs will panic when wearing one—but this simply isn’t true! This is just another example of how much humans project onto dogs’ behaviors: They don’t think like we do, so we need to learn from them instead of expecting them act like us all the time! Whether you’re working on leash manners or trying out new tricks at home: A well-fitting muzzle will allow your pup plenty of airflow while still ensuring safety (and peace) within any given scenario where such measures are necessary–so there’s no reason not give one a try tonight!

Long Lines

Long lines are leashes that are at least 10 feet long. They can be useful for training your dog to stay close to you in situations where they might otherwise run off, like when they’re on a hike with you or visiting the beach. Long lines are also useful if your dog is afraid of being left alone and may feel less anxious when they’re connected to you via leash length.

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Long lines give dogs more freedom than regular leashes do because they don’t have to be tethered right next to their owners at all times—they can roam around without worrying about breaking free from their human connection. You may find that this sense of freedom helps reduce stress in some dogs who might otherwise try pulling away from their person or running off into danger (like traffic). Keep in mind that since these leashes allow more distance between owner and pet, there’s always a risk involved with letting go of them for too long; so make sure that if you plan on using one outside your home it’s never tangled around other objects such as trees or fences!

Lure Coursing Equipment

Lure coursing is a sport that involves your dog chasing after a lure that you throw. This can be anything from a plastic bottle to an actual rabbit—whatever catches your dog’s interest and gets him moving.

It’s important to note that lure coursing isn’t just for racing, but also an excellent way of exercising dogs in general. It’s great exercise for their minds as well as their bodies, and it allows them to burn off energy while socializing with other dogs who are doing the same thing.

Slip Leads

Slip leads are a great tool for training your dog. They allow you to control your dog without choking them, which is especially useful for small dogs or puppies. These are also known as slip collars. Slip leads are made of a chain with a loop on the end that attaches to your pup’s collar. When you pull on it, the chain tightens around their neck and pulls them towards you; when you loosen or release tension from the leash, it loosens enough so they don’t feel like they’re being choked anymore but still remain under control by their handler.

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Treat Pouch

A treat pouch is a small, portable bag that you can use to hold training treats. They come in all different styles and sizes, so it’s easy to find one that works for you. You can wear them around your waist or on your thigh, depending on the type of training you’re doing with your dog. Treat pouches are great for keeping your treats close at hand during training sessions, but they also work well as an alternative when using clickers or other reward systems. The idea behind using treat pouches is that when combined with positive reinforcement, they help reinforce good behavior in dogs so they will continue to repeat it.

Treat Pouch Uses

Dog Whistle

The dog whistle is a device that produces high-frequency sounds that can only be heard by dogs. It’s used to train dogs, and to help hunting dogs detect birds and other animals.

Dog whistles can also be used to train guard dogs—a type of dog that barks when an intruder enters your property or if anyone approaches the door of your home (or business).

Never use shock collars on your dog.

Never use a shock collar on your dog. If you were shocked, wouldn’t you be afraid of that thing that hurt you? If a friend shocked you, wouldn’t they be trying their best to avoid any kind of contact with you or leave the room when they see you coming? The same goes for dogs. They are sensitive creatures who need to be treated with care and respect. Shock collars can cause injury and make them afraid of not only other dogs but also their owners’ hands as well as the world around them.


Being a dog owner is an awesome responsibility and should not be taken lightly. But it’s also a lot of fun! Your dog can bring you so much happiness and joy, but he or she will need some training to make sure they live up to their full potential.