It's no secret: every pup loves, loves, loves treats. When you're out for a walk or a training session at the dog park, keep plenty of motivation right by your side with the PetSafe Treat Pouch Sport. It has multiple dividers for keeping a few of your pal's favorite treats within easy reach and has a front pocket that's perfect for keys and a phone. The PetSafe Treat Pouch comes with a detachable belt and belt clip.
Multiple clips and loops let you attach your remote trainer, whistles, poop bags or any other training tool
Versatile pouch also features a front pocket for your keys, phone, etc
Waterproof, stain-resistant and machine washable
Divided inner pocket to separate multiple treats
Hinged opening stays open when you want it to and closes with a touch
When my dog and I are on our walks it’s great to be able to pay out the treats as he earns them, that way he makes the connections between good, desirable behavior. Timing is critically important if one is going to use food as a reward! Any length of time between between good behavior and the treat is too long, it must be instantaneous or you end up rewarding the unproductive behavior instead!
That’s why this treat carrier with two Velcro pockets and an adjustable size belt (handy over multiple layers of clothing for cold or inclement weather)!
on Nov 12, 2017
I used this for the first time for my puppy's AKC S.T.A.R class. It was so convenient as I can leave it open and reach in for a treat without having to fumble in a smaller pouch. I also liked that it has 2 pockets for different treats. The instructor also was using one. I also appreciate that I was able to purchase this pouch on Chewy.com for a lesser price. Love Chewy.com. I just received another large order of treat items from you and my husband is also impressed with the delivery time, prices and availability of items.
A must have for training classes
on Nov 16, 2017
I bring this to all of my dog's training classes (basic obedience and agility). The only reason it gets 4 out of 5 stars from me is that I've opened and closed it so many times the latch is starting to weaken. I definitely got my money's worth out of this, though, and will continue to use it until it breaks!
Super handy to have for training
on Oct 21, 2017
I am training a puppy to become a service dog and this treat pouch has become a life saver. I keep his treats in here along with his ID, and I also hook a thing of poop bags to the loop holes. There is room for much more in here as well. It has many pockets. Although it may not be stylish, it is very useful. I would definitely recommend it for the price that it is offered at.
on Sep 30, 2017
I originally bought the pink striped pouch because it was cuter ( and pink!) but the clip was too small and the treats fell out. I noticed that our dog trainer used this pouch and I have to say although it's sort of ugly it is so so useful! I was a high heel dresser upper and just retired so now I'm looking the part but regardless of ugliness if you want a treat pouch that holds your phone, keys, doggie bags, treats and be hands free this is the bag to get! I love how I can slide the bag on the belt, the belt is adjustable and the part of the pouch that holds the treats will stay open!
A treat pouch that does the trick
on Oct 6, 2017
Timing is everything when rewarding good behavior and learning things. This pouch STAYS OPEN when you need it to so you don't have to fumble around to grab the treats. It has 2 compartments, so you can have two types of treats and a small carabiner on the side. When you're done training, just snap the pouch back closed.
I love this thing. It is my 5th type of treat pouch to try and this one is THE BEST. My friend had it and I knew I had to try one. I won't shop for any other brand now.
Does the job!
on Sep 26, 2017
This is a good treat pouch. The waist strap is very adjustable, it holds sufficient treats to get through even long walks, and has an inner pocket (secured with Velcro) for your ID. There's an external pocket for other miscellaneous items; I use that for my cellphone, but the phone is a little too big for it. The pouch is so good that, in spite of having one of its hinges break after about 6 months of use, I ordered a second one. Once the hinge broke, it was still usable, but didn't close securely enough to keep nosey animals out. The hinge on my husband's pouch is still intact, so maybe the pouch I got was flawed.
I love it enough to write a review
on Oct 14, 2017
This pouch is perfect in every way. I clip my house key and the remote for my dog's Ecollar to the carabiners on the outside. My phone & credit card go in the front pocket; dog treats in the larger pocket behind. I even use this thing when I go to the beach and leave the dog at home because it's the perfect size for all my essentials.
Excellent Treat Pouch
on Sep 29, 2017
This treat pouch is definitely the favorite of the many I've used. While I might like if the interior material was a little more waterproof (and would therefore absorb less treat odor), it is otherwise fantastic. Good solid hinges keep the pouch open or closed as needed, and there is space for treats, poop bags, and various other small dog related items in the pockets. Very useful!
Still need more hands
on Aug 27, 2017
This is my first treat pouch for my first puppy and I still feel like I need more hands. I do enjoy the belt strap, as it makes it very versatile. I don't use the carabiner very much, because I don't like things banging against me as I walk. An iPhone does fit in the very front pocket, but that + keys leaves no room for anything else and makes it hard to get anything out of the front inner pouch. The metal clasp mechanism is quite secure, but it makes a noise that my pup has come to recognize. We work through it in the end, but overall the experience of getting out the door with the pup, the treat bag, keys, phone (for safety), clicker (for training), poop bags in a place that won't entice theThis is my first treat pouch for my first puppy and I still feel like I need more hands. I do enjoy the belt strap, as it makes it very versatile. I don't use the carabiner very much, because I don't like things banging against me as I walk. An iPhone does fit in the very front pocket, but that + keys leaves no room for anything else and makes it hard to get anything out of the front inner pouch. The metal clasp mechanism is quite secure, but it makes a noise that my pup has come to recognize. We work through it in the end, but overall the experience of getting out the door with the pup, the treat bag, keys, phone (for safety), clicker (for training), poop bags in a place that won't entice the pup to "chase" them, and my sanity is still proving challenging. I'm sure I just need practice, but I really don't want to have to resort to either 1) bringing a purse on a walk or 2) ensure that I'm wearing jeans with pockets every time (hard at the end of a work day).… more