Friday’s Favorite Five: Items for The Active Dog

Friday’s Favorite Five: Items for The Active Dog (3/17/17)

Friday's Favorite Five: Items for The Active Dog. Do you have an active dog or active dogs on your hands? There are many active dog breeds, including small active dogs. Keeping these dogs both mentally and physically busy and engaged is key to living with them and enjoying their company. In today's Friday's Favorite Five you will find active dog toys and dog-friendly activities to do with your dog.
Items for the active dog.

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Do you have an active dog or active dogs on your hands? There are many active dog breeds, including small active dogs. Keeping these dogs both mentally and physically busy and engaged is key to living with them and enjoying their company. In today’s Friday’s Favorite Five you will find active dog toys and dog-friendly activities to do with your dog.

1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash®
1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash®

1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash® Amazingly stable and safe, the 1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash® provides more satisfying dog recreation than any walk. Best dog present ever! Dogs especially like running in cooler weather!  Also for special needs adult trikes, mobility scooters and wheel chairs. No matter your abilities the dog gets a walk or run!   Made in USA  ph.: 857-BIKE-DOG or 857-245-3364 Order today!

Leerburg-Nosework Training Scent Kits  This kit will last you many, many Nosework training sessions. The entire Nosework Sport Training Scent Kit is contained inside of a small waterproof, impact-resistant, hard plastic case that makes safely transporting all your Nosework training aids convenient and simple. Each Small K9 Scent Kit contains 3 jars and 3 eye droppers with 3 vials for you to fill with your own liquid scents. Order today!

Affordable Agility, Inc.- Affordable Agility in the Bag is the perfect solution for anyone beginning Agility for fun or practice. Everything you need to start packs in the convenient carrying bag! Comes with the most popular agility obstacles that can be used indoors or out. Includes: (1) WEAVE POLE SET (2) HURDLE JUMP (3) TIRE JUMP (4) PAUSE BOX (5) TUNNEL (6) 8 ft closed CHUTE  (7) CARRY BAG (8) ALSO INCLUDES: Colored vinyl tape for decorating poles. Order today!

Kyra Sundance-101 Dog Tricks: Step by Step Activities to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Dog. This beautifully designed book features step-by-step instructions with easy to follow color photos of each step. Each trick is rated with a difficulty rating and prerequisites to get you started quickly. Tips and trouble-shooting boxes cover common problems, while “build-on” ideas suggest more complicated tricks which build on each new skill. Order today!

RUFFWEAR OMNIJORE JORING SYSTEM ALL DOG PULLING ACTIVITY HARNESS TOWLINE AND HIPBELT. The Omnijore Joring System is designed for any dog-powered activity such as skijoring, mountainboard-joring, skatejoring, bikejoring, or canicross. Enjoy joring all year long in any climate or condition. Complete system includes dog harness, human hipbelt, and towline. The components are designed to work together to maximize performance, comfort and fun, and are sized to comply with international joring regulations. The harness is available in three sizes.  Order today!


What activity would you and your dog enjoy? Tell me in the comments.

Friday's Favorite Five: Items for The Active Dog. Do you have an active dog or active dogs on your hands? There are many active dog breeds, including small active dogs. Keeping these dogs both mentally and physically busy and engaged is key to living with them and enjoying their company. In today's Friday's Favorite Five you will find active dog toys and dog-friendly activities to do with your dog.
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38 thoughts on “Friday’s Favorite Five: Items for The Active Dog

  1. Great products Tonya! I’ll be honest, I never have active dogs because I adopt the old ones with issues. Having said that we just fostered a young Podenco (a Spanish hunting dog), and the 5 hours of walks she got a day was nowhere near enough for her. She would have benefited from the pulling activity harness (as would I because I wouldn’t have to do anything!!) and probably the scent kit. A little “eau de rabbit” and she’d be having a blast.

    1. The scent kit is a great mental activity for older dogs too! I’m working on a special needs list. 🙂

  2. I love all the items, honestly! But the one thats strikes me the most is the Omnijore Joring System. My Django is an active Lab and would love that one (although I might be frightened!). She adores the snow and I can imagine if I had a good deal of space, it would be lots of fun on snow days. My kids would love that for sure, too!

  3. These are some great products. I’ve always want to get the Goldens some sore of agility kit for our backyard and this looks like a great one! I can see us having a lot of fun with that once the warmer weather finally gets here. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  4. I am dying to try nosework with Lulu. Which makes sense since she is a beagle! lol I would like to try agility with Jasmine too. Jasmine likes everything but the tunnel. She backs away from it. I just haven’t had the time, and I’ve been dealing with Jasmine’s reactivity.

  5. Lol! Ruby is not what you would call an active dog. She’s quite chill and happy to nap all day. She does enjoy leisurely walks and trips places, but she’s also happy to just snuggle. We do have that 101 Dog Tricks book which is lots of fun

  6. Great items and ideas, Layla is an older dog so although she loves her long walks, beach time, she is not as active as younger ones, but I do make sure she gets lots of exercise. Thanks for the post

  7. Love most of these. Kilo needs bursts of activity. We do agility and have that trick book. His squishy face does not seem ideal for scent work, but we do play go find with treats and he LOVES that.

  8. My biggest pet peeve is that the assumption is always that active dogs are big dogs. I would love to have an agility set I could put up in our place to help with the super long winter’s or out in the park but I find that the more affordable “portable” ones don’t come in the sizes needed for the under 5 pound gang. grrrrr…..

    1. hmmm I’ve had small chihuahuas in my agility for fun classes doing the agility course. Agility courses are set by the height of a dog’s wither’s. The biggest challenge I’ve seen is them getting a performance teeter to drop. Affordable Agility here offers mini obstacles for teacups, might be worth a look.

  9. We had that agility set when Kol was younger (before he was diagnosed with IVDD) and we absolutely loved it. It was so handy to have it at home and be able to play with it away fromt he discipline of agilty class!

  10. What a great lineup of items for active dogs! I’d love to setup our backyard for some scent training when the snow melts. Thanks for the info on where I can pick up some supplies!

  11. The dog that I had as a child would have loved that pulling harness! I remember how she would pull my sister and me in our little red wagon. She pulled us on our bikes a lot too. My heart always swells up a bit when I think of her. 🙂

  12. This is so fabulous! My Husky Icy & I use a bike Leash to go go bike riding together. It really burns energy, for both of us! That skijoring set is just the thing for us! I was looking for that & for a place to skijor with her this Winter!
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

  13. All of these products sound great for active dogs! I don’t have an active dog, but I do have a couple of adventure cats and one that I think I’m going to try to start working with for cat agility. I wonder if the agility equipment you mentioned would work for that. Will look into it!

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