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Wagging his tail and ready to go, your dog is waiting for you by the door. The morning walk has become a part of our routine- an opportunity to get some fresh air together before work or school starts again in another few hours! You love how happy he always looks when it's time; there’s nothing like starting off on a positive note every day with something good happening right away (like walking). But as much fun as this activity can be - even if both parties enjoy themselves thoroughly during each stroll through town -- sometimes accidents happen: leashes getting tangled
Dogs are naturally faster than us and get excited when exploring the outdoors. Leash training helps your pup know not to pull ahead or lag behind you, even when something engages them outside. Get help training your furry friend with dog collars, dog slip leads, or other dog training leads and dog harnesses from The Pets Club. Walking a big dog who isn’t leash-trained can lead to accidents and injury. With the help of a dog-training leash, you can get your pooch to prance alongside you instead of around and through you. The Pets Club carries top dog training leash brands like Zeedog leashes, Mendota leashes, Flexi leashes, and Rogz Leash. A Flexi training leash is an excellent tool because it’s easy to control. You can provide excess slack or reign in your pup quickly and easily. The Four Paws training lead may look simple compared to other leashes, but it’s an excellent tool for training. The solid bronze clip swivels and adds extra durability, perfect for reigning in a dare-devil dog.
The Pets Club also offers top dog training collar brands like Mendota, PetSafe, and Zee Dog dog collars. For the best dog training collars for your dog, consider how they respond to training, what factors motivate them, and what you feel most comfortable with. On The Pets Club, you’ll find dog bark collars, dog tie-outs, dog id tags, aid in leash training, and more. Find all the dog training equipment at The Pets Club's online pet store, where you find the best dog supplies.
Your dog can wear a harness instead of a collar, and many pet parents prefer them for added comfort and control. If you choose a harness instead of a collar for walks, be sure to attach your dog’s ID tags to the harness or get a personalized harness with your contact info in case your dog runs off.
A dog can wear a collar and a harness, and many pet parents choose both for added convenience and safety. Many choose to have their dog wear a collar with ID tags at all times and attach the harness only for walks. Having your dog wear a collar and a harness simultaneously should be no safety issues.
Clean a dog collar and harness according to the care instructions that came with them. Nylon or cloth harnesses and collars are machines or hand-washable for easy care. Liquid dish detergent and dog shampoo are effective, gentle cleaners that are less likely to irritate your dog’s skin. For leather collars and harnesses, use an approved leather cleaner or follow the instructions for care. Be sure never to clean collars and harnesses with anything harmful or irritating to your dog.