Outstanding Quality Protection Bite Sleeve
Are you looking for a bite sleeve, which will perfectly suit protection and agitation training? This Protection Bite Sleeve is lightweight still sturdy, super durable, yet dog-safe. Its superior design allows you to use the sleeve for the dogs of all ages and level of preparation - the bite angle can be easily regulated to fit puppies, young dogs or adult ones. Your personal safety, as a handler, is secured with the hard plastic inside construction while the exterior is made of non-toxic but bite-proof material.
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Efficient Protection Bite Sleeve of Durable Materials
Multi Fit Training Bite X-Sleeve
Key features of this Pitbull Bite Sleeve:
- Durable interior and exterior materials
- Padded handle inside of the sleeve
- Plastic extra protection shoulder shield
- Leather belt for sleeve cover secure attachment
- Perfect bite area angle
- 3 ways adjustable bite area - puppy, young, adult dog
- 6 ways adjustable handle
- Half open front area barrel
Intended use of this Pitbull Bite Sleeve:
- Police training
- Guard dog training
- Attack/protection training
This Bite Protection Sleeve differs with extreme strength. Both inner and outside elements of the tool are durable enough to protect the handler reliably and withstand excessive training work. The plastic construction is difficult to break, the cover synthetic material is hard to bite through. Additional durability is provided due to careful handmade stitching. Besides, the sleeve is absolutely harmless for the dog's health. There aren't any outside parts that can injure the dog while training.
A special belt helps you to attach the cover to the sleeve easily and secure it reliably. 3 ways adjustable bite area is great for bite skills development, so your canine is provided with a proper training!
It will be a helpful equipment for police training, guard dog training, protection training and special units training. The handle has 6 different positions so that you can adjust it to feel absolutely safe and comfortable during the process.
Please, pay attention that this model of bite sleeve is used with a cover ONLY! Otherwise, we do not bear any responsibility for the condition of the sleeve that is used without a cover!
Feedback from our customers:
We received our new sleeve the other day and tried it out today.
Love it! Thanks so much: )
From: Jennifer, USA, North Carolina.
I have received all items as ordered yesterday. Thank for again for the upgrade in shipping.
I wasn't expecting them until later this week. I worked my young GSD this afternoon on escape bites with the sleeve.
As expected, the X-Sleeve - PS200 is a great sleeve, very comfortable.
I removed two of the bite bar pads easily to suit my young dog. I like the adjustable bite bar.
It is a pleasure doing business with you and I look forward to doing more in the future.
From :Mark, USA.
Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier
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here....This will reveal bites and strikes to the head and
shoulder area. The dogs will try to get a hold on each other with
their teeth and pull and shake until one submits. This does not
always happen, dogs are very capable of killing each other. For
equal-sized dogs damages are usually not grave though (although
there are differences between breeds) other than puncture wounds and
ripped ears. For smaller dogs that don't give in for bigger dogs,
the injuries can get quite severe. Many dogs do not have a fair
comprehension of size in a situation like this, and answers up based
on the opponents aggression level without considering size. One
American researcher has done scientific research on wolves and the
conflicts between them. He found put that fighting is a very bad way
to establish rank. Fights were seldom about conflict of rank. We can
say that the thing we have with "let them fight and figure out their
positioning" (Although us bully owners hopefully never think that!)
is not correct. It is not rank that the dogs are figuring out.
Because it is definitely not always the winner of the fight that has
the highest position! The researcher points out that observations on
both wolves and monkeys show that there is usually the low ranking
individuals that show aggressive behavior. You can say that the most
self-confident, high rank, most dominant that fight the least! It is
the anxious individuals that show the most aggression.
Active distance-increasing signals:
The submissive individuals stand or sit while the other one walks
around. It turns it's head away, but it can pull its lips up and
show its teeth. The muzzle and forehead wrinkle up, and it raises
its hackles. A lot of the times you can hear a warning growl. If the
submissive dog is challenged by the other dog it can reciprocate
with lashes and airsnaps together with a growly and snappy sound.
The submissive dog shows that it will protect itself if it is to be
attacked, but it does not want a fight. This type of threat display
will depend a lot on whether the dog has a possibility go get away
Passive distance-increasing signals:
The most common form of passive defense in dogs are to walk away, or
to stand still with a low tail (sometimes the tail is tucked), ears
are pulled back and their look is turned away from the threat.
The submissive can also sit down, lie down, lick its mouth or nose,
and pull the corners of their mouth back making their lips long....to
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