Hands Free Training Belt (w/ Adj. Lead)
  • Hands Free Training Belt (w/ Adj. Lead)
  • Hands Free Training Belt (w/ Adj. Lead)
  • Hands Free Training Belt (w/ Adj. Lead)
Price: AU$54.45
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Product Code: HFBelt w/ AL Lead
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Hands Free Training Belt

- The Belt - adjustable 70 to 125cm

- The Leads - Automatically comes with  the - Adjustable Lead 25mm wide (70cm  - 120cm) medium snap hooks at both ends.

 - LEAD OPTIONS are able to be selected above for either of the: 

Narrow - lighter weight lead 20mm wide - adj. (70-120 cm) - small snap hooks or (45-70cm)

A Shorter-25mm lead (45-70cm)

 

The Hands Free Training Belt can be used for a wide range of training activities, including training a dog to walk comfortably at your side.

For Trainers using rewards, it leaves your hands free for a clicker, or treats and allows you to pay full attention to your dog while training.

The Hands Free Belt is great for walking, or jogging with your dog. It is worn tightly on the Hips so it is secure and comfortable, even with large dogs. It is a wonderfully flexible tool for any serious trainer.

Additional Leads are available if required (see Related Products)

The Belt is Black with 2 reflective stripes and grey contrast logo - your colour choice is for the Adjustable Lead supplied with the belt.

This is Ver3 of our very popular Hands Free Training Belt. (Earlier version is featured in the video)

We have made it easier to use, simpler to fit and stronger.

With Ver3 we have added reflective strips into the Belt webbing so you can be easily seen at night,  the supplied Adjustable Lead is Longer - to allow the HFBelt to be used with a Balance Harness, or with shorter dogs. We have also amended the D-ring attachment points to the sides to be able to walk 2 dogs comfortably.

 

** Not recommended for people with back problems, due to extra strain if a dog pulls suddenly. We also do not recommend using a longer lead with this as it can cause a whip effect if your dog suddenly runs off.

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