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Snap Open Treat & Clicker Pouch

Snap Open Treat & Clicker Pouch
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This is my favorite treat reward bag and now we have added a new design to the snap open style bag to include a front netted pocket for your clicker. This is so practical while training as your rewards are right at finger tips when you give that clicker alert. When done training with the snap open bag, I just put this bag in the refrigerator, the snap open top keeps the contents and smell in the bag. This reward bag has the unique feature of a snap open metal hex frame at the top of the bag.

The top of this bag can stay open by itself for convenient access to the treats. There is a finger pull so you can quickly open the bag with one hand. Then when you are done handing out rewards, the treat bag top just snaps shut with just one hand. You will never have your treat rewards fall out of the top of the bag while you are running. The bag is also large enough to hold one of our balls on a rope if you like to train with them. This bag is made from strong denier fabric that has a coated interior for easy clean up. The bag size is 7.5”wide. I

t comes with a 1” wide heavy webbing adjustable belt that can be detached should you choose to put this bait bag on your pants belt. The belt is adjustable from 28 to 48 inches and has a slide so there is no floppy belt hanging down. This bag is also great for taking walks with your dog as you can have your hands free by using this bag to store your house & car keys, your cell phone or you know the poo bags for when Rover does his business. Clicker Sold Separate.
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