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Training your pup is an incredibly rewarding experience - but it's definitely not the easiest! Find a selection of essential dog training aids and dog behaviour aids at OnBuy to make the process less stressful for the both of you.
Having a mischievous pup can be a nightmare (even if their guilty faces are adorable!), but never fear - OnBuy’s range of dog training supplies and dog behaviour products is here to help you train them with no fuss. Whether you'd like to teach them how to be a good boy (or girl) or entice them away from their naughty nature, our collection has everything you need to succeed!
Our extensive range of dog training equipment features dog clickers and whistles that’ll quickly teach your pooch to associate good behaviour with the noise - and hey presto: you’ve got an obedient pup. Just don’t forget to stock up on the all-important treats first!
For baby pup arrivals, turn to our litter and housetraining category for all the essentials you’ll need to teach them to go in approved areas (and not on the floor!). Once they’ve mastered that, our dog training accessories will help to turn them into a well-behaved pooch!
Frequently asked questions about dog training aids
Are dog training aids useful?
Absolutely! Dog training aids can be useful when you want to teach a puppy or even an older dog new commands and habits. Besides, who said you can't teach an old dog new tricks?
What are the most popular dog training aids?
Long lead leashes, chew toys, and harnesses are among the most popular training aids, and they're used by many successful dog trainers. Crates and treats are also quite useful when teaching puppies basic rules and for encouraging positive habits.
How to pick the right training aids for my dog?
This choice is based on specific needs. For example, do you want to train the dog yourself, or will it attend obedience training classes too? For the former, you can choose the aids based on your preference but, for the latter, a trainer might require specific equipment.
What's the best corrective tool for training a dog?
A leash is the best corrective tool for a dog. However, you should only use corrective methods when you are sure that your dog knows what the right habit or command that needs to be learned is.
Are training collars cruel?
Regular training collars aren’t cruel. However, those that rely on producing discomfort or pain aren’t recommended, as the dog will become anxious and fearful - traits that can lead to an aggressive attitude.