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    Treat bags?

    Can any one recommend an affordable, strap-around-your waist type treat bag for me? Using plastic bags is just getting to be ridiculous. I've looked at the closest pet store (Petland) and they don't have them in store, though I haven't looked online. I'd check Petsmart or Petco, but they're just a bit too far to justify going to for a treat bag, unless my dad picked it up on the off chance he had spare time between appointments, which is rare.

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    Re: Treat bags?

    I have one by OllyDog that I like. It does not strap around the waist, but has a clip that can be used on pockets or waistbands. It also has a velcro piece that can be used on belt loops. I use the velcro when I run (very fast!) my dog in agility, and it never falls off. The pouch closes with a magnet at the top.

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    Re: Treat bags?

    Why not just pick up a fanny pack type deal? I see ladies in my handling class that use them.
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    Re: Treat bags?

    I use an old fashioned belly bag. It is great for walks also. You can keep treats and poo bags if needed in there. I just usually walk in the woods with mine and carry the treats, phone, and inhaler, and keys.


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    Re: Treat bags?

    We use the Biscuit Buddy. It has a clip to hook onto your pockets or waist. It also has a slider to open/close the top, and a zipper pocket on the back for a few extra poop bags or your housekeys. A fanny pack would also work well, I'm sure.

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    Re: Treat bags?

    http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...uctId=11325952 I bought this one the last time I stopped at Petsmart. ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! I've used fanny packs and the drawstring kinds and this one beats it by far!

    The opening is wide enough to get your hand in it and it snaps open and close with ease! Great for when you're on the move and don't have time to dig your hand in and out of the little drawstring bags

    You can get it at Amazon for cheaper, too. I'm planning to order a couple because my dad and husband keep borrowing mine!

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    Re: Treat bags?

    I use the premier one for training sessions.

    I like the snap open as close, the easy clean lining, the many little pockets, and the fact that it has a clip and a belt so you can wear it on anything.

    For just when we are out and about i have learnt that i like a small box shaped over the shoulder bag with a small tupperware inside.

    But not i have my dog training coat/ jacket with built in treat pouch and i LOVE it!

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    Re: Treat bags?

    I ordered one from the Leerburg site, which has the waist strap, extra front pocket, and a snap open, snap closed that works well. The front pocket is a small narrow one I use to put plastic pick-up gloves in. One of my worst issues was leaning over with a treat bag clipped on and dumping treats all over the ground, or trying to get to a treat quickly and having to work the opening around first. The treat bag from Leerburg took care of that. I like it, but I'm sure there are many other good ones, so just get what meets your needs.

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    Ours: (even if it is a tad late)
    http://www.amazon.com/Kyjen-Outward-...1498329&sr=8-5

    I carry the pink polka dots and DH has the swirl one.

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    Re: Treat bags?

    In case you don't want to go out and buy a special treat bag, if you have a kitchen apron with a pocket that works well too.

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