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May 25, 2012
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Pictured: Jeff Frawley, Leerburg’s Business Manager, reenlisting at a remote fire base in Afghanistan in 2007.
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Chewber Tug n' Toss


The Chewbers' patented reinforced designs were created with dogs in mind. They are tougher, safer and easier to pick up than other flying disc-type toys.

May 25, 2012 | 1 Minutes, 42 Seconds

Chewber Rubber Flying Disc
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2012 Photo Contest

Do you have a great photo of your dog that you want to share? We are looking for photos to use in our upcoming catalog, newsletters & on our website.

Email us your favorite photos for a chance to win a free DVD of your choice. Please send a high resolution, full sized digital image.

Entries due by June 15, 2012. All entries will be featured on an honorable mention web page. Entries will be judged on originality and creativity. There may be more than one winning photo selected!

**Please include your name, address, dog's name, age, and a short description about your dog. Limit of 2 photos per person.

Contest information available here. Send photos to Jeff Frawley, jeff@leerburg.com

DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2012

Leerburg Q&A
Ask your training question

Question: Would one of your service dog vests be suitable as a safety belt harness?

Would  your service dog vests work as a safety belt type harness?  I can see this would be handy when I hike our farm up north, especially in orange.  The handle would be perfect when we stop to talk with neighbors.  I use a SAR harness now for that.  Although I know it is somewhat controversial not to crate a dog in the car, I want the contact with my dog and the security she provides by her presence, so I buckle her up when we drive somewhere.

Thanks for your advice!

Cindy's Response:

I would not use a vest as a safety belt, it’s not made for vehicle restraint.  The hardware is not strong enough.

This is what I would use for a vehicle restraint, the Trufit Smart Harness.

I hope this helps

Cindy Rhodes

For more questions on this topic, see our Q&A on Leerburg Products.


We get a number of Q&As every week, if you would like to read this weeks's Q&As, click here and check out the 'Recent Questions' section!

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Customer Comments

On Leerburg's Chewber

I bought 2 of these thinking I'll have an extra one in case my border collie chews one up. My dog LOVES this frisbee and I love the fact he can bend them when he picks it up off the ground and not tear it. He has a hard mouth-meaning, he bites hard into things when he catches them. Both of the Chewbers are still intact-not torn in any way. They do not hurt his mouth like the plastic ones do when he punctures them. I've bought the kong frisbee and they were too heavy to throw and didn't fly good at all. I don't allow my dog to have this toy as a chew toy. I bought these frisbees almost 2 1/2 years ago and they're still in great shape!!

Leerburg's Video on Demand
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The Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers

New Course! Detection / Nosework with Andrew Ramsey

Whether you train working detection K-9s, are interested in Nosework activities for your dog but don't know how to get started or are looking to add Nosework to your business, these are the courses for you. Andrew's system for training Nosework is both simple and highly effective. It blends concepts from the Military Working Dog Program with the use of a verbal mark, reward based training and cooperative play, to form a very clear and effective communication system that avoids many of the pitfalls of traditional programs. These courses explain how to engage your dog in the game of searching for a target odor and will teach the handler how to motivate, handle, read and reward your dog in order to build a strong working partnership as well as a focused response.

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