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Invince A Bell
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$24.99

Invince A Bell

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Based on 0 reviews
$24.99
Features
  • Can be used in AKC and UKC trials and matches
  • Multiple sizes for various-sized dogs
  • Crafted from high-tech plastic
  • Never needs painting
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Description

Invince-a-Bell Unbreakable Plastic Dumbbell is crafted from high-tech plastic, which absorbs energy to help minimize bounce and improve control. The milk-white Invince-a-Bell Unbreakable Plastic Dumbbell never needs painting. The Invince A Bells are legal for use in AKC and UKC trials and matches.

These dumbbells are hand made in Indiana; they are not foreign knock-offs. These dumbbells are made specifically for dog trainers who compete in AKC obedience trails. They are meant to last a lifetime.

Sizes

  • Size #1 - 1 3/4" ends, 2" bit width, 3/8" diameter
  • Size #2 - 2 1/4" ends, 2" bit width, 1/2" diameter
  • Size #3 - 2 1/4" ends, 2 1/2" bit width, 1/2" diameter
  • Size #4 - 2 1/2" ends, 3" bit width, 5/8" diameter
  • Size #5 - 3" ends, 3" bit width, 3/4" diameter
  • Size #6 - 3" ends, 3 1/2" bit width, 3/4" diameter
  • Size #7 - 3" ends, 4" bit width, 3/4" diameter

How to Measure

If you're unsure what size dumbbell to order, here is a good way to help determine the bit width and end size. You will need an object such as a pencil or pen, a ruler, and follow these simple steps. Most people prefer that the dumbbell fits snugly (but not tight) in the dog's mouth, just behind the canine teeth with the dog's lips resting comfortably where the tapered sides meet the flat portion of the bar. To find this measurement, place the pencil or bar-like item in the dogs mouth just behind the canine teeth while the mouth is shut. Slide your fingers in from the sides until they are snug against the lips and mark the location. Using a ruler measure the distance between the marks and record this measurement (we recommend measuring several times to confirm the measurement is accurate).

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