This is a universal seatbelt clip for dogs, it fits most seatbelt receptacles. It is not safety tested and is intended for tethering only. This male buckle will be compatible with any of our female buckles. Recommended use with a multi-leash or utility belt.
Traditional harness sizes not fitting your dog well? No Problem! This extender will increase the girth of your JWalker Harness by up to 6 inches on S/M-XLG and 2-4 inches on Tiny. This will give you the additional girth you need while maintaining the proper positioning.
This piece is compatible with our S/M, M/L and XLG JWalker Harnesses.
Please select Black TINY or Red TINY for compatibility with TINY harnesses.
Is your dog a known escape artist? Are you a person who always errs on the side of caution?
Our Safety Hopper will provide you and your dog with EXTRA security while on walks.
Simply feed your dog's collar through the loop on the hopper and clip the trigger snap to your equipment. When using a JWalker Harness, clip the trigger snap to the side of the harness you have NOT attached your leash to.
Dog Belt Clip
More versatility coming your way with the JWalker Dog Belt Clip!
Intended for use with our canine Utility Belt.
Now you can clip on extra gear such as water bottles, keys, poop bags, toys or whatever!
Is your dog chewing his/her leash? Connect a rope toy to you belt clip to give him something appropriate to put is mouth on while you walk.
Just slide the loop on the dog belt and go! Easily unclip without taking your gear off your carabiner.
Comes in black only,
A New Way to Communicate with Your Dog.
Made from our premium tubular webbing and classic copper cow bells, our Dog-Cow Doorbells provide an attractive and simple solution to communicating with your dog. You can use them both indoors and outdoors to help your dog communicate their desire to go in and outside.
No more barking, scratched doors or broken screens!
It’s EASY! Just hang your bells on the door knob, adjust the height and open the door when you hear them ring!
How it Works Dogs do what works to achieve their motive. B. F. Skinner nailed it when he taught us how positive reinforcement works. If ringing the bell opens the door, ring they shall!
Hang your bells on the door your dog uses to enter and exit the house. Adjust the length so they are directly at your dog’s nose height.
Watch for the ‘pee-pee dance’ or any indication that your dog wishes to go outside.
If your dog rings the bells accidentally, open the door (this is called CAPTURING). OR Call your dog to the door and place or hold a treat or some peanut butter near the bells (this is called LURING).
When your dog sniffs the bells they will ring. Immediately open the door.
Soon your dog will associate ringing the bells with the door opening.