Dog toys
Sigrid Herbst

Sigrid Herbst

Founder & Head Trainer


We get asked a lot about which equipment we use and recommend. What muzzle should I get? Which toys are great to use? Here is a list of essential equipment we recommend and use ourselves. If you are after something specific, please reach out, and we can point you in the right direction.

EZYDOG Vario 4 Multi-Function Leash

This is by far my favourite leash. I love the feel of it. The clip at loop allows me to easily carry it around my shoulder. It also has multi functions that make it very versatile to use.

You can order it straight from their website.

ezydog Vario 4 Multi-Function Leash
Vario 4 Multi-Function Leash
Pro Dog Brass Leather Collar Dog Training Melbourne

PRODOG Brass Leather Collar

These collars are made in Australia, they are extremely strong, durable and functional. Having a quality collar is about safety.

There a various sizes to choose from and you can order it online.

flexi Giant

All all time favourite which we use a lot. The robust Giant retractable lead from Flexi offers great freedom of movement for your active dog. Neon-colored belt improves safety due to better visibility. Made in Germany.

Have a look at your local petshop otherwise you can purchase it on amazon.


STARMARK Swing and Fling Chew Ball

It is made from durable rubber. The ball is hollow, and squishy and comes with a rope. Most dogs go crazy for it. We use this ball a lot. They do come in different sizes.

You can get the 9cm ball here:


I’m a huge fan of real fur toys and so are most dogs. Game on Dogs have a great variety of different fur toys, such as rabbit, sheep and cow.

It is worth to have a browse through their products.

Game on dogs real fur dog toy
Hebrü French Linen Double Handled Tug Pro Dog Training Melbourne

Hebrü French Linen Double Handled Tug

These french linen tugs are great. The material is strong on the outside and filled with soft stuffing, allowing the teeth to sink in. They are an excellent toy for your tug game with your dog. They are made in Germany.

ACME Dog Whistle 210.5

This whistle is great. I like the feel of it and the best part is you can choose from a variety of colours. They are high pitch (Single frequency of 5900Hz), quiet to the user and excellent all-round dog whistle for close and distance control.

I personally use it for recall and I have one of them attached to my key chain.

They do have more options on their website if you prefers a different frequency.

ACME DOg Whistle Recall

Baskerville Ultra Muzzle

The Baskerville Ultra Muzzle is made from strong durable material yet still soft for comfort. The muzzle can be heat shaped for maximum comfort. Adjustable safety straps designed to ensure the muzzle remains securely in place.

Dogs can pant and drink at all times.

This is not necessary our favourite muzzle, but it is widely available. You should be able to find it in most pet shops. One option to purchase it online is here:

baskerville ultra muzzle
Beta Biothene leads Jason Firmin Einzweck Dogquip

BioThane Beta Leads

BioThane Beta is an easy to hold material and great for the outdoors as it does not pick up foreign matter and does not easily knot. Biothane is also great for wet/damp conditions as it does not wick and provides a water-proof and stink-proof leash option. This leash is extremely lightweight, easy to sanitize and wipe clean!

Jason from Einzweck Dogquip has multiple colours to choose from and can make the leash as short or long as you like.

We did get a custom made 50 & 20 foot leash  and we love them!

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