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Outward Hound Treat & Ball Bags (Blue)

Item: OH2536
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Description

Outward Hound Treat & Ball Bags (Blue) are the ideal addition to a walk or training session.

 Leave them by the door, packed for excursions with pooch bags, treats, and a ball!

  • Ideal for treats, balls and valuables
  • Clip or velcro option allow for hands-free use
  • Secure drawstring closure keeps contents secure during activity
  • Folds flat for easy storage
  • Useful Information

    Care Instructions:
    Scrub stains with mild detergent. Hand wash with cool water. Line dry.

    Customer Reviews

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    0% Recommend this product (0 of 3 responses)
    By GSD
    March 23, 2017
    Don't Buy!
    The clip on the back is not at the top of the pouch, therefore the bag leans away from the body and the treats fall out.
    By umrayya
    September 7, 2014
    Very disappointing redesign of a good product
    This is a redesign of a product I used to like and recommend as a small treat bag that will easily fit in a handbag or jacket pocket as well as clipping firmly to a belt or waistband. Now it is good for neither.

    It is bulkier, so no longer fits as easily in a jacket pocket, though you can still cram it in.However, it is more difficult to get the treats out of the bag.

    The worst part, though, is that whereas the previous design had two strong, tight belt clips, and remained very stable when clipped to a belt or waistband, this new one has one very loose, weak clip, and tends to pull off the waistband, spilling treats all over the ground. I have even had it come flying off when I was running with my dog, and had not touched the bag. That is a problem at any time, and is particularly awkward during a class or workshop.

    I am now searching for another small treat bag, and will never buy or recommend this one again.

    Kygen, what were you thinking? Outward Hound, why do you allow your name on this poor substitute for the old bag?
    By sf d.
    SF
    September 6, 2014
    IDK
    This bag is too large for my liking, gets in the way when hung on side of waist (I'll have to try a different spot). Also, I don't think the draw string is sufficient to keep the treats fresh. Ended up putting a plastic zip lock bag inside this bag which kind of defeats the purpose of buying this to begin with.

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