These are not "must haves". This is a page to learn how to properly and SAFELY use these tools.

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Dynamic Slip Lead 66"

This is a phenomenal training tool that can be used as a slip lead or over-the-face Halti tool.


K9 Life Line Slip lead

This slip lead has the best stopper out there. This lead comes in multiple lengths and colors.


Herm Sprenger Prong Collar 2.25mm

Basket Muzzle

I believe every dog should be muzzle trained. This is an open-mouth muzzle. A dog can wear this for long periods of time, can drink, pant and take treats with this on.

One of the most misunderstood but safest dog tools out there. Learn more about the scientific study of prongs HERE


Place Bed

This is the type of raised bed trainers use to teach "place". The fact that it's raised helps dogs understand that this is a specific area for them to go and hangout calmly.


Weight Pack

This gives a dog a job on the walk, helps keeps them focused and can make a 30 minute walk into an an hour long walk for dogs who need extra exercise.

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"Do Not Pet" Vest

Advocate for your dog! This is a vest I use for many of the dogs who are being rehabilitated and trained. This statement helps keep people from walking up and petting your dog, especially reactive dogs.  You can also purchase "In Training" Velcro attachments to this vest as well.

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Stewart's Freeze Dried Liver

I use this during almost all my sessions with dogs and it never fails to be favorite.

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Squirt Bottle

Safe, effective and versatile. I use these for dog socials and to help communicate physical boundaries without physically engaging the dog.


Starmark Safe Collar

Similar to the prong collar, this allows for pressure and release and climates the potential for choking.