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While we do sell a variety of training aids and leashes to students, many students ask us where they can get other agility and/or obedience equipment. Here is a list of some of our favorite and/or the well known area distributors:
J&J Dog Supply www.jjdog.com make excellent quality leather leashes, dumbbells, toys, etc.
Premier www.premier.com MDT has an account with Premier. They make Gentle Leaders, Easy-Walk Harnesses, Sure Fit Harnesses and Bait Bags as well as sell a wide variety of other innovative, dog-friendly products.
SoftTouch Concepts, Inc. http://www.softouchconcepts.com MDT has an account with SoftTouch. They make a Sense-ible and Sense-ation Harnesses, the original front clip design harness.
Karen Pryor Clicker Training www.clickertraining.com has a wide assortment of clickers and positive training products
Atomic Agility in York, ME www.atomicagility.com this is where my Aluminum Dog Walk on wheels is from. Terrific folks to work with!
MAX200 www.max200.com is the most common equipment manufacturer in the North East, though not really overall thrilled with the craftsmanship of their equipment
Agility-Equipment.com www.agility-equipment.com Makes AL equipment, mostly good stuff. They were in MA now have moved somewhere southern.
Plans for home made PVC Jumps (MS Word Doc) designed by Katrin Andberg & Ben Philibert
Atomic Agility in York, ME www.atomicagility.com makes the terrific 1 piece Aluminum jumps we use in class and at trials
MAX200 www.max200.com makes good double, triple and broad jumps
Agility Ability www.agilityability.com makes fancy colored PVC jumps
Affordable Agility www.affordableagility.com makes PVC jumps
Clean Run www.cleanrun.com makes easy to use jump cup strips
NTI Global in NY www.ntiglobal.com
NADAC in OK www.nadac.com sells very heavy weight rubber tunnels
Tunnel Bags in MN www.tunnelbags.com makes terrific, long lasting tunnel holders that can be filled with water or sand
Atomic Agility www.atomicagility.com I would get their Steel poles as opposed to the Aluminum ones. Aluminum pole bases tend to be very light weight and move too easily.
MAX200 www.max200.com They make the weaves most commonly seen at area trials