There are certain things that every new puppy owner should be prepared for. Deciding which products to buy and what learning material to review is the first step to that preparation, however there are so many products out there and so much informa...
Check out all of Leerburg's Soft Sleeves HERE!
The Day Trip Pack Vest is made of 1000 denier nylon fabric (urethane coated). The inside of the bags are easy to wipe clean. For your dog's comfort, there is padding underneath the top back plate section. The top of the vest has a round handle wit...
This tug is made from a fuzzy fleece material. This one handled tug is 12.5 inches long with a circumference of 7 inches.
Check out Leerburg's Furry Fleece Tug HERE!
The Molly Mutt Dog Duvet means you never have to throw away a dog bed again. Simply slip off the dirty duvet and slip on a fresh, clean one. No more scheduling "laundry day" around cleaning up after Fido!
Small - 22" x 27" x 5"
The stainless steel feeding saucer is perfect for your new litter of puppies. We use these feeding saucers here at Leerburg Kennels for our pups. Available in two different sizes; 11 inch diameter or 15 in diameter. We have found that the smaller ...
With spring officially here and summer around the corner, Jeff shows off some of the details and unique features of the warm weather training vest that we sell here at Leerburg.
Ed Frawley talks about the 3-Pocket Training Apron in this short video.
The key to training good muzzle attacks is to have a decoy that is a good actor. The decoy must convince the dog that when he gets bit by the muzzle, it hurts him. Michael Ellis is an excellent decoy and Jackson is a tough dog. In this video, you ...
Ed Frawley discusses the features of our leather collars and how they are made. Check out all of Leerburg's leather collars HERE!
Ed Frawley talks about the Leather Slip Lead.
Ed Frawley talks about the Heavy Cotton Tracking Lines that come in 15 feet and 33 feet.
Helpful description of how each of these tugs should be used for training. For a novice like myself the use of the larger one to teach "Out" was not intuitive but made sense when explained. Thanks!