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Mendota Super Check Cord

Mendota Super Check Cord

$29.00
High Quality Materials, High Quality Performance If you’re looking for one of the best tools around to help train dog for recall, look no further. The Mendota Super Check Cord is the perfect extra long dog leash in any situation. Made of...
Mendota Waterproof Belt Loop Dog Lead Orange

Mendota Waterproof Belt Loop Dog Lead

$24.00
Ideal for Any Situation The Mendota Waterproof Belt Loop Dog Lead is the perfect solution to maintain close control of your dog whether in the field, on your daily walk, or in practically any other situation. This Mendota leash is made of...

Roy Gonia Special Orange Training Whistle

$8.00
Roy Gonia Special Orange Training Whistle These hand-crafted whistles are used to train more Field Champions than any other whistle. This is a great whistle to use in all hunting and trial situations and produces short, crisp blasts with a high pitch...

Metal Pet ID Card

$12.00
$8.50 On Sale
You always keep your important information readily at hand. Why not have your dog’s info too The Metal Pet ID Card is the perfect way to make sure you always have all the information you need to keep your pet safe. Size & Space These metal...

Deluxe Heel Stick for Dog Training

$21.00
The Deluxe Heel Stick for Dog Training is an extension of your arm and works great when training your dog off-lead. Contrary to what some may say, heel sticks are not used to strike the dog. They are used to touch and give your dog a better idea of...

Jumbo Plastic Dog Training Dummy - 1 Pack

$15.00
The Jumbo Plastic Dog Training Dummy by SportDog is perfect for training your hunting dog to retrieve larger birds. The weight and buoyancy of these dog training dummies can be adjusted by adding or removing water using the built in valve...

Rocky Mountain Buckhorn Whistle

$19.00
Rocky Mountain Buckhorn Whistle Pefect for field training and safety, the handcrafted buckhorn whistle comes from naturally shed and harvested antlers. You can rest easy knowing that each whistle is unique in color and shape. This whistle can easily be...

Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar Snap Bell

$16.00
The Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar Snap Bell matches all Mendota style leather collars and leashe. You can snap this collar bell right onto the dee ring of any dog collar. Some people call this style bell a "bear bell" since they were...

Mendota DuraFlect Dog Collars

$19.00
High Visibility All the Time Whether you are walking your best friend in town during twilight or in the field at dawn, our new DuraFlect reflective dog collars will give your dog extra visibility. No matter whether it's low-light or the...

Dog Training

We at dogIDs want you and your dog to have the best training experience possible. That is why we have put together tips and advice on training your pup and how to work through common behavior issues. If you would like information on how to begin training, check out our blog posts below.

Are you a new puppy parent? We’ve compiled a list of all the things we think you should know about bringing your pup home and how to begin training them. You can read this list in our blog Puppy Training Tips and Advice.

Some common issues with dogs are barking when home alone or not listening to commands. If you would like some advice on how to train your pup to stop doing these things, check out our post on Top Training Tips.

You want your dog to be comfortable and controlled on walks or around the house. If you’re wondering whether a collar or harness will most benefit your dog and what types of each there are, read our blog Collar vs. Harness.

Dogs tend to get very excited when meeting people. If your dog energetically greets people by jumping up on them and you would like to teach them to stay down, check out our article 4 Tips to Stop a Dog From Jumping.

Training a dog is a daunting task that takes time and consistent effort. There are plenty of tips on how you should train your dog, but you may have never thought about what you should not be doing. Here are a few Training Mistakes to keep in mind when teaching your dog a new command.