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See the reviews under the green bag. After three months of use once a day, one of the hinge pins came out so the bag could not shut tight, its main design feature. I found the pin and replaced it and two weeks later the hinge, itself, broke making the closing feature inoperable. The other reviewer at the green bag site had two bags that had their hinges break.
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The plastic clip broke this week, after 4 months of use. I guess I’m okay with that, as I’ve now found I like the belt feature better. With the clip, the treat bag filled with a couple handfuls of Zuke’s Mini treats would kinda pull down my loose yoga pants that I always wear…. oops! So, I much prefer the belt, wish I’d tried it sooner.
I use this treat pouch to hold Zuke’s Mini treats to reward Zoey for going potty promptly, coming inside when I call her, etc. Most importantly, it holds my waste bag for picking up after Zoey, so I can have both my hands free even if my clothing doesn’t have pockets, like the aforementioned yoga pants.
The directions for this Premier treat pouch instruct the user to occasionally oil the hinges, which I need to do. The hinges to close the pouch worked smoothly until some rain got on the hinges…. now they’re creaky and stiff. So, gotta oil those!
I am really focused on training my new dog and this treat bag makes it easy. I take it on all my dog walks and outings. I use the flap compartment in the front for bio-bags, the zippered pocket in the back for my driver’s license, and the roomy treat compartment snaps open and shut with ease. There is a key ring on the side where I keep a clicker. The waist belt gives my hands freedom. This bag has been through a few rain storm hikes and the treats have stayed dry. The design works perfectly for my needs.
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