The Company of Animals Anxiety Wrap® can help to in resolving or alleviating fear, anxiety, hyperactivity, insecurity, and shyness. These conditions are the root of many distressing behaviours in dogs.
The Anxiety Wrap works by applying and maintaining pressure to acupressure points in your dog’s neck, chest, shoulders, belly, mid-section and rear legs. The adjustable and removable rear leg straps also create rear-end awareness to target pressure points in the hindquarters where dogs often hold tension.
The Company of Animals Clix Puppy Houseline is a lightweight lead used in the house to interrupt a dog’s undesirable behaviours without the need for confrontation or misunderstanding. Can be used to stop jumping up, stealing, chewing, digging, chasing. Makes training easy!
Also available in our House Training Kit.
The Clix dog whistle is a good all-round whistle for both the pet dog owner and professional trainer. Made from tough steel, yet a lightweight design, providing a clear whistle tone.
Also available as part of our Recall Training Kit.
Yellow Dog Design Ding Dong Housetraining Bells give your dog the chance to tell you they need to go outside. Train your dog to let you know when they have to “go”! Puppy training can be hard work especially if your dog gives you no indication that they’d like to go outside. These Ding Dong Bells can give you a great head start. Check out my Top Puppy Housetraining Tips to get you started.
The Bounty Bag treat belt pouch is perfect to use during active dog training. The simple closing mechanism keeps the bag tightly closed during performance, yet it can be quickly opened for rewarding your dog. The detachable inner pocket can be washed separately to clean any residue from sticky treats. Waste bags, keys and a mobile phone are conveniently stored in the front pocket, which has a zip.
This cute Smart Pet Snuggle Puppy can become your puppy's new best friend. The Snuggle Puppy recreates the intimacy and bond the dog has with it's mother and littler mates, by offering physical warmth and a simulated heartbeat. The result is a calmer, more peaceful pet – one that feels less lonely and fearful.