(U.K.) Dog training is not an exact science - no two dogs are the same
and there is no such thing as a definitive training technique (ie one
set of training steps that all dogs can learn from). It is almost impossible
to label and group the different ways that dogs learn but here is a general
guideline on how dogs think and learn.
(U.K.) I will certainly get some feedback for you from the individuals
using them, but in the mean time they do minimize the 'jerking' we may
receive from dogs lunging at a distraction.
(PA) It's like chocolate cake. Many people will like chocolate cake, but
many may not like the same chocolate cake. I might like fudge chocolate
and you might like German chocolate. Same things with dog trainers. We
all have our own techniques, but the Bun-Gee Pup-EE sure works and it's
easier for the owner while I can't be around.
(NE) After a lengthy trial of the use of this leash, I can honestly
say that I really like it. It does have it's own method to use, but I've
been very happy with what I've seen with it. The results that I have seen
with the leash do not indicate that it is increasing pulling, but rather
it is decreasing rapidly. If not paired properly with a timely amount
of feedback, I could see where a novice trainer could end up inadvertently
teaching the dog to pull with it. All of my students will have hands-on
instruction with its use.
(TX) Bun-Gee Pup-EE is a great product and really helps in assisting to
train my dogs. I recommend Bungee Pupee to all of my clients.
(FL) I especially like them in combination with a sensation harness or
easy walker harness. I am a full time positive reinforcement trainer and
I work with an average of fifty different dogs a week. I tried out your
leash over the past few weeks and made especially the owner of a huge
Saint Bernard very happy. She finally has control over her dog with the