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Old 01-25-2013, 11:46 AM
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I have the Terry Ryan bag. I bought the Karen Pryor one, but it fell to pieces within a few months (of very light use) and was then exchanged for the TR which is very good.
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Hmmm,
Amazon.com: Karen Pryor Clickertraining Terry Ryan Treat Pouch, Red: Pet Supplies Amazon.com: Karen Pryor Clickertraining Terry Ryan Treat Pouch, Red: Pet Supplies
That product is called a Karen Pryor Terry Ryan... but no where in the product photo is it labeled Karen Pryor. Do you think that is "just" the Terry Ryan bag?
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I use the Premier Pet Pouch as well. Obviously, it hasn't had a chance to wear out on me, but I like the clip is really nice and the various pockets for various treats is also pretty cool.

I will say that stuff tends to gunk at the bottom and though it's washable, I don't know if I like washing it particularly except very dilligently by hand.

The sort of training I do is marker training, and so it's nice that it will stay open when I need to have a faster delivery. I also jackpot rewards for when he does something I really like, so that's nice as well.

Also, I wear my pouch everywhere with him, and it's not too bulky or weird looking when I need to treat him on the go.

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Hmmm, Amazon.com: Karen Pryor Clickertraining Terry Ryan Treat Pouch, Red: Pet Supplies That product is called a Karen Pryor Terry Ryan... but no where in the product photo is it labeled Karen Pryor. Do you think that is "just" the Terry Ryan bag?
Hmmmmm

This is the type of bag that fell to pieces Karen Pryor Choice Treat Bag - Training Lines

and was replaced by

Terry Ryan Premier Treat Bag
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Thank you IM! I will pass on the KP bag for sure.
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I use this, I'm pretty happy with it:
I've had it since the spring and it isn't showing any signs of wear.


Ollydog inc. - Treat Bag Plus
I have this one, too- in green. I love it!
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I have an inexpensive (dollar store) version of fawkese1 's second picture. I slide in a large disposable beverage cup to line it to keep it cleaner.
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I use the Premier (same as fawkese's first picture) love it.
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mishu boutique makes utility belts that I absolutely love and they double wonderful for treat pouches. My favourite is probably the round 2 star canvas one when dog training. (The steampunk one for everyday use)

More and more though, I find I'm just using a vest with zipper pockets when training the dogs. I can keep everything in the pockets, the dogs recognise it, and I can wear it when doing obedience trial runs (unlike treat bags)
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We have tried and love all of the bags mentioned above in our training. Just a note on the Premier bags though, they are a GREAT bag for the money, but they are being discontinued so there may not be as many out there. Another bag we have tried recently and is becoming a quick favorite is the Quick Draw bag which integrates a clicker into the design of the bag. We have found this really handy when training! Also, I found this Treat Bag Comparison chart really helpful when deciding which bag is best for your situation. Good luck!!
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