Our dog holders ensure you can remain at a safe distance, but still have good control. All models feature a lightweight aluminium pole with plastic coated steel cable. From Genia, France. Basic model: Cable simply pulls through the pole using the hand-loop at the end. Tension needs to be kept applied to hold the dog. Releasing tension then releases the dog. Anti-strangle: Cable tension can be locked using the twist grip at the end of the pole. This allows for easy and safe holding without the need to maintain hand tension. Quick-release feature is also included.
OK, so you can buy cheaper plastic ones. The problem is often they don't work, and often the pitch is bad. These ACME whistles work, and your dog will respond correctly. Lanyard eyelet incorporated. Bite resistant.
UK company MDC specialises in animal handling equipment. Their new dog holders come into the 'quick release - anti-strangle' category. The quick-release mechanism is very useful and is operated by a pull-ring on the holder shaft. The anti-strangle feature is a pull-out tube at the end of the handle. When pulled the cable is released to enlarge the loop. After the loop is placed over the dog's head the cable is pulled through to secure the dog. The cable will not release without pulling the release-tube out. The MDC dog holder is well made with a heavy-duty aluminium pole and good hand grips. The cable is 6mm stainless steel with heavy plastic coating, and features a secure metal end-stop.
This sturdy pet parking facility is made from 8mm-diameter stainless steel rod mounted on a 6cm x 15cm labelled stainless backing plate. This is a quality fitting for any clinic or premises. NB: Hook is slightly different from pics above.
The premium shepherd's whistle. High quality nickel-silver manufacture. Insert in mouth, and manipulate with tongue. Produces widely varying and easily controlled range of pitches, whistles and commands. Ideal trials whistle.
Ultimate whistle for training and commanding both working and domestic dogs. Almost inaudible to the human ear, but clear to your dog up to one mile (1.6 km) away, even when there is a lot of ambient noise from traffic or other activities. This whistle also incorporates an adjustable frequency device giving a range of 7400 hertz. A locking screw secures it at your chosen frequency. This whistle was invented and pioneered by ACME in 1935, and now comes complete with a leaflet 'How to Train Your Dog'.