Blackdog Wear Treat Pouch Regular

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TPR_Black_Open_Close-400x400Blackdog Wear Treat Pouch Regular

TPR_Black_Open_Close-400x400Blackdog Wear Treat Pouch Regular

For holding food treats while training. The Spring Mouth Opening makes it easy to get your dog’s favourite rewards quickly and easily, yet the pouch springsclosed with the touch of a finger – to keep treats secure while you aremoving around.

Belt length Minimum  88cm  to  146cm  Maximum
The Regular Pouch is 18cm wide and 15 cm deep, for easy access andthe material is coated for easy cleaning. A separate internal Sock is also available (see main page).

The Pouch has a Waist Belt attached (*** adjustable from 87 cm to 147 cm), it has 2 Mesh Pockets – for holding a Training Clicker, or Plastic Bags to pick up after your dog, etc and a D Ring on the front to hold a Snub Lead, or whatever you choose to clip on.

The Spring Closure mechanism on these Treat Pouches was never designed to work without any lubrication, so make sure you lubricate the hinge ends on your new pouch with petroleum jelly (Vasenline) and lubricate regularly to ensure the pouch operates smoothly and has a long life.

How to Replace a Treat Pouch Spring
Replacement Spring Closure Mechanism


 

The picture shows a New Spring Mechanism with one hinge pin removed and another with the hinge pin in place.
Inserting or Removing the Hinge Pin is just a push fit.
In older style Treat Pouches the pin was fixed in place. The picture above is a New Style Hinge – Note the Hinge Pin has a pointed end which protrudes below the rest of the hinge – an old style hinge pin finishes flush with the hinge.

Removing an Old Style Spring The hardest part may be to remove the old spring – proceed with caution so as not to damage the pouch. Using the cutting teeth on a pair of pliers, grab the top of the old hinge pin and with brute strength twist and pull. It doesn’t matter if you break the hinge, but be careful not to tear the Treat Pouch.
You may need to straighten the rolled ends on the old spring to allow it to be pulled out from the webbing sleeve of your Treat Pouch.

Removing a New Style Spring Press the pointed end of the Hinge Pin against a hard surface (select a hard surface which won’t mark), push down hard so the pin pops up out from the hinge. With pliers, hold the top of the Pin and pull it out from the Hinge.
You may need to straighten the rolled ends on the old spring to allow it to be pulled out from the webbing sleeve of your Treat Pouch.

Fitting the New Spring Mechanism
Take the new Spring and push out one of the hinge pins – You do this by pressing the pointed end against a hard surface until the pin pops out from the Hinge, then with some pliers hold the pin and pull it out from the hinge.
Now slide the Replacement Spring into the webbing sleeves of the Treat Pouch, push it all the way in, then align the 2 sides of the open Hinge and insert the pointed end of the Hinge Pin back into the hinge. Press the pin into the hinge until it clicks into place.

The mechanism was never designed to work without any lubrication, so make sure you lubricate the new hinge ends with petroleum jelly (or similar) and lubricate regularly to ensure a long life. Most of the problem hinges we see have never been lubricated.

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