Training Tools

  • Dog Treats

  • Dog Toys

  • Clickers

  • Walking tools: Martingale Collar, Gentle Leader Head collar, Halti Head Collar, Easy Walk Harness 

  • Leads: 1" thick nylon leashes 4' - 6' in length. Long leads of 15' - 20'. 

  • Prong Collar can also be advised only used in a certain situations but will be discussed if needed.

Easy Walk Harness (Front Harness):

Traditional harnesses can actually encourage dogs to pull harder because of the “opposition reflex.”  That’s the reflex that makes sled dogs do what they do. The Easy Walk Harness' unique front-chest leash attachment stops pulling by tightening slightly across your dog's chest and shoulder blades. The gentle pressure steers your dog to the side and redirecting his attention back towards you. The Easy Walk Harness never causes coughing, gagging, or choking because the chest strap rests low across the breastbone, not on the delicate tracheal area.

Martingale Collar:

No-slip, adjustable, nylon choke collar for training purposes. No-slip, adjustable-choke collar is an excellent solution for dogs, such as greyhounds, who slip out of their collars. Ideal for training, its limited closure prevents the choke from becoming too tight. Not intended for use as your dog's primary collar. Do not attach I.D. tags or leave on your dog unsupervised.​

There are two types, the nylon and chain. 

Halti Dog Head Collar

The Holt Training Head Collar is a very effective humane tool for leash training and daily management of hard to control dogs. Its revolutionary design is based on the same principle as a horse's head collar - if you guide the head, the body will surely follow.

  • Calms boisterous animals and simplifies training

  • Gives you maximum steering power and control

  • Slip ring keeps dog from lunging forward and attacking

These tools are NOT allowed: 

  • Flexi Leads (extend leads)

  • Leather leads

  • Choke chains

  • Chain Leads

  •  E-Collars 

These types of tools can be very harmful to you and your  dogs, especially if used incorrectly. We do not advise the use of these tools with our training philosophy.