Treat pouches for dogs are not new, but the Paw Lifestyles Dog Treat Training Pouch combines the treat pouch, used for training, with a few other features that you and your pup might need on your walk.
A 7 by 5 inch bag with a 2.5 inch opening can hold some items, including a toy or two, a roll of bags (Wait until you see the dispenser!) your cell phone, keys, treats and maybe whatnots.
The 45 inch belt can be adjusted to fit around your waist or over your shoulder - you may even wear it as a cross-body bag. For those who prefer hooking the Dog Treat Training Pouch to their waistbands or belts, a big clip is there just for you!
If you prefer to use the waist clip, you can remove the belt altogether so that it doesn't get in the way as in the image below:
Also, on the back side of the bag, as you see in the image above, is the dispenser for your poop bags. I like the way Paw Lifestyles designed this feature: you place a roll of bags behind the dispenser through the zipper compartment and then just pull out each bag as you need it.
You can also see from the image above that the bag has clips on both sides for your keys, as well as a rope pully to open and close the top of the bag.
The bag's nylon fabric is reportedly good quality and strong, both outside and in. And the lining of the bag, a bright green, is easily washed so you can get rid of kibble and cookie crumbs when necessary.
Okay, Pops! Let's go for a walk!
The Paw Lifestyles Dog Treat Training Pouch and other similar dog training pouches are great to wear whether you're strolling around the block, going on a hike, or playing in the park. What I would like to see included is a small water bottle for your dog, and a place to keep a full (ahem) poop bag until you find an acceptable place to dispose of it.
That's the buzz for today!