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Does anyone have any favorite treat pouches/bags you use for training? Maybe some are better than others?

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I like my pockets the best, but I've got some pants that don't have them (why clothing manufacturers think women don't need pockets is beyond me...) so I've got a couple of these. https://www.chewy.com/petsafe-treat-...black/dp/48674
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You know, I've just been waiting for someone to ask me what treat pouch I use, because I LOVE mine. Seriously...

I found it on amazon, called the Doggone Good Rapid Rewards Deluxe Dog Training Pouch, quite a mouthful isn't it!? Here is the link

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I like it because it is large, sturdy, has a couple little pouches on either side for a clicker and d-rings for said clickers, I could go on an on, I use mine literally all the time.

Its like twenty bucks, but like what isn't expensive about owning a doberman, ammiright!!

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EDIT: Totally unrelated to melbrod's post so lets just get that out of the way, but this pouch is a gook free pouch. Carry on
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I had one, a lot like the one texdoc shows except I think mine was from Outward Hound, and I liked it--because of its over the shoulder strap and a kind of snap shut double compartment which was easy to get into and to close--but I stopped using it--mostly because I didn't like the way it got kinda gooky from the treats. I tried putting the treats in a plastic baggy inside the bag, but that made it hard to get to them fast.

I ended up just using my pockets (I wear blue jeans preferentially)--which also get gooky, but at least they are easy to wash. So I carry treats with me from place to place in a ziploc baggy, load my pockets with what I need for a training session and refill as necessary.
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I've tried several treat bags, but prefer my pockets also. In colder weather, I like to wear a hoodie with a big front pocket :-)
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I wear a full vest in the winter and in the summer I wear a half vest. Browning hunting/gun vest. I use these when working Nose Work. On walks and day to day activities I use a bait/treat bag
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I use the PetSafe pouch - I like the french spring that you can have open or closed. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I generally like it a lot - I've had two of them over the past 8 years or so. I like having a waist pouch. I use it for training, walks, Nosework training and trials. I really need the ability for it to stay closed if I bend over so nothing falls out (and that function really works), but stay open if I open it. The only thing I'd change if I could is to make it slightly bigger so it could hold my phone on walks. My cell phone is on the large size, and it's just not quite big enough for that.
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I never mastered any of the treat pouches and always ended up reverting to pockets (which explains why the pockets of many of my hoodie sweatshirts have holes in them). But when I remember not to just hang them on a door knob when the pockets have bits and pieces of disintegrated treats and put them in the laundry instead they work fine.

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I use the PetSafe pouch - I like the french spring that you can have open or closed. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I generally like it a lot - I've had two of them over the past 8 years or so. I like having a waist pouch. I use it for training, walks, Nosework training and trials. I really need the ability for it to stay closed if I bend over so nothing falls out (and that function really works), but stay open if I open it. The only thing I'd change if I could is to make it slightly bigger so it could hold my phone on walks. My cell phone is on the large size, and it's just not quite big enough for that.
That's my main complaint about it, as well.
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I use the PetSafe pouch - I like the french spring that you can have open or closed. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I generally like it a lot - I've had two of them over the past 8 years or so. I like having a waist pouch. I use it for training, walks, Nosework training and trials. I really need the ability for it to stay closed if I bend over so nothing falls out (and that function really works), but stay open if I open it. The only thing I'd change if I could is to make it slightly bigger so it could hold my phone on walks. My cell phone is on the large size, and it's just not quite big enough for that.
I’ve used several different kinds and this is by far my favorite too! For all the same reasons
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I like the Home depot cloth tool work belts myself. They're cheap like $1 and they do the trick with easy access to the treats.
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I'm about 50/50 between wearing a hoody with a large front pouch that I keep treats in vs just shoving treats in my mouth. (Hoody bonus: Its also easy to store toy rewards in a large pouch. Hoody pitfall: The pouch can get in the way if its very big or baggy.)

Fiona was the worst about only working for treats. So, to break her of that, I started hiding them in my mouth. Once she realized that treats could magically materialize from my mouth at any time, she became a whole lot more consistent in agility!

But, the times when I do decide to use a treat bag, I really like this one. Its super easy to wash out, holds its shape, and the design keeps the treats in without having to deal with opening and closing it.

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As long as it's deep and has a metal belt clip it's good! A lot of people like to wear a vest with a bunch of pockets but I'd forget where I put everything so I like to keep it simple. I've been unlucky with sticking treats in my pockets. Without fail, a few hours later when that jacket or pair of jeans is in the laundry someone always finds what the treats were in and eats out the pocket, even if there are no treats left.
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I like the Home depot cloth tool work belts myself. They're cheap like $1 and they do the trick with easy access to the treats.
I've tried those, and wound up not liking them at all. The openings are too flat, and if you pick them up the wrong way, all your treats fall out.
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I've tried those, and wound up not liking them at all. The openings are too flat, and if you pick them up the wrong way, all your treats fall out.
Yes, you have to take the treats out after every use. I like them because I keep treats on one side and toys on the other.
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I use the PetSafe pouch - I like the french spring that you can have open or closed. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I have this one too and used it for agility. I prefer my plain old pockets though for most things. I'll never forget, the one time my husband saw me loading up when I was first getting into Nose Work. He was all grossed out and was like, Did you just put chicken in your pockets!? Yes, yes, I did put chicken in my pockets!
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