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Quick Tips for Purchasing Dog Training Supplies

1. Cross-training - that is, varying your dog's exercise activities - can make for a healthier, happier dog. Think of dog agility equipment as canine gymnastics. Strengthen your bond with the training challenge of using a set of dog weave poles.

2. Dog training chutes and tunnels are useful whether your dog is at rest or at play. Dogs with a nesting or burrowing instinct love having a sheltered tunnel. With active dogs, set your dog tunnel up next to agility equipment to create an obstacle course.

3. Dogs are sensitive, intelligent creatures, and your dog training equipment should reflect that fact. By using obvious signals and an instant action-consequence sequence, dog training collars are a humane way to train your dog or correct her behavior.

4. Nine out of ten exasperated neighbors agree that no bark dog training collars are the greatest invention of all time. Make peace with the neighborhood - and help your dog to chill - with an automatic no bark dog training collar.

5. Dog training pads aren't just for puppy poo. Apartment dwellers who just can't bear parting with their pets use floor protection pads as daytime litter boxes. For older dogs, an indoor dog restroom is also a humane alternative to backyard winter "business trips."

6. Some dog breeds were just born to run. If yours is a two-a-day or three-a-day runner, one of our dog treadmills is a must buy, allowing your dog to set her own exercise regimen, regardless of your schedule.

7. Many studies have found that smell has a primary role in the instantaneous recollection of memories. Odors are even more prominent in a dog's world. Dog training sprays are thus highly effective at teaching puppies to associate acts with consequences.

8. Keeping the dog contained without spoiling your outdoor view - that's just one of the dilemmas that's solved by electronic dog fences. An electronic dog fence uses a buried wire and stimulating collar to designate a boundary and warn dogs from straying.

9. Sometimes all that bundled-up doggie energy has to do more than just run - it has to fly. No backyard dog agility course is complete without one of our dog bar jumps or dog ring jumps. Underdog is here!

10. Have more than one dog to train? Save money with dog training collar sets that are expandable or come with two, three, or four compatible dog training collars. We also offer beagle and hound training collars for sporting dogs.