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Terry Ryan Treat Bag by Karen Pryor

Terry Ryan Treat Bag by Karen Pryor
Terry Ryan Treat Bag by Karen Pryor Purple Terry Ryan Treat Bag by Karen Pryor Terry Ryan Treat Bag with wide opening Use the Belt Clip or Strap to secure

We are delighted to announce the return of this great treat bag, now manufactured under the Karen Pryor label!

A large quantity of treats can be held in the main pocket, and they are easily accessible. When the pouch is opened, the metal clasp snaps into place and holds it open. When you're ready, you can snap it firmly closed with a touch.

An additional pocket on the front (with a velro fastening) is ideal for small items, such as clickers, change, etc. A keyring is also attached, perfect for clickers with loops for attachments!

The fabric is water resistant, sturdy, and resists tearing and stains, and you can attach the bag using the belt clip, or adjustable strap (max length 44 inches). The strap can be removed if not in use.

Includes a Training Tips booklet by Terry Ryan.

Opening: 9cm x 12cm, 3.5 inches x 4.5 inches approx
Bag: 16cm x 22cm, 6 inches x 8.5 inches approx

Available as singles, or save money on two or more!

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Choosing a treat bag
Choosing a treat bag
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Posted: 17/04/2014 07:36
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We always recommend using a treat bag when training with food. How do you choose which one when there are so many?