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03-11-2014 10:50 PM
mycobraracr
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Originally Posted by LingLing View Post
Thanks I was eyeing that one haha.
We have one and I like it a lot. It's basically a bite suit sleeve. Pretty straight forward.
03-11-2014 10:49 PM
mycobraracr
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Originally Posted by hunterisgreat View Post
What kinda suits?
ALM's. Convenience was a big factor as they are only an hour from us. The torso is trial weight with a cross between semi-comp and training weight sleeves. The pants are training weight since we don't do much leg work.
03-11-2014 08:25 PM
LingLing
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Originally Posted by mycobraracr View Post
Oh I know I'm spoiled My trainer just bought us all new custom suits too.

OP- Since your looking for personal protection not sport, where are you planning on targeting? If bicep/tricep then I would look into this sleeve. Blegian Bite Sleeve for Puppies and Young Dogs
Thanks I was eyeing that one haha.
03-11-2014 03:54 PM
hunterisgreat
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Originally Posted by mycobraracr View Post
Oh I know I'm spoiled My trainer just bought us all new custom suits too.

OP- Since your looking for personal protection not sport, where are you planning on targeting? If bicep/tricep then I would look into this sleeve. Blegian Bite Sleeve for Puppies and Young Dogs
What kinda suits?
03-11-2014 03:40 PM
mycobraracr
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Originally Posted by hunterisgreat View Post
Other decoys... 20-30 sleeves... "club house"...

You're spoiled lol

Oh I know I'm spoiled My trainer just bought us all new custom suits too.

OP- Since your looking for personal protection not sport, where are you planning on targeting? If bicep/tricep then I would look into this sleeve. Blegian Bite Sleeve for Puppies and Young Dogs
03-11-2014 02:59 PM
crackem
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Originally Posted by ayoitzrimz View Post
He should have a garage full of sleeves then!

Anyway no worries, good luck to you guys
i kind of thought the same thing
03-11-2014 02:52 PM
ayoitzrimz He should have a garage full of sleeves then!

Anyway no worries, good luck to you guys
03-11-2014 02:43 PM
LingLing
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Originally Posted by ayoitzrimz View Post
Hmmm... Will you be doing the decoy work on your own dog or do you have a trainer / decoy lined up that will do this work for you?

There are many, many, MANYYYYYYY reasons to find an experienced helper (who will also have all the required equipment) rather than having a friend or even worse yourself doing it.
At best, your dog will just end up confused. At worst, you can seriously injure both yourself and the dog.

I'm not making assumptions, but do let us know what you plan to do and where you are located (we all know people in different areas of the country)
Thanks for your concern. My godfather is an experienced (25+ years) and professional k9 trainer and still practices today. He serves as my close mentor. He excels in obedience, personal protection, sport, police k9 work, and scent detection.
03-11-2014 02:38 PM
ayoitzrimz Hmmm... Will you be doing the decoy work on your own dog or do you have a trainer / decoy lined up that will do this work for you?

There are many, many, MANYYYYYYY reasons to find an experienced helper (who will also have all the required equipment) rather than having a friend or even worse yourself doing it.
At best, your dog will just end up confused. At worst, you can seriously injure both yourself and the dog.

I'm not making assumptions, but do let us know what you plan to do and where you are located (we all know people in different areas of the country)
03-11-2014 02:31 PM
LingLing
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Originally Posted by mycobraracr View Post
OP- what are you looking for a sleeve for? As you can see, we all have our favorites, and many of us do have multiples. I have about five sleeves all very different from one another and between the other decoys and myself we have 20-30 sleeves sitting in our clubhouse. The one I recommended is usually my "go to" sleeve but the others do serve a purpose.
Looking to train my pup for personal protection. Not really much of sport. End product I want is body suit. Not sure whether I will find bite bars necessary because of the outcome I'm wanting? So if I can find a "go to" bite sleeve that gets the job done and effectively that would be awesome. Right now I'm really leaning towards a belgian bite sleeve, just because I think it is what I am considering as a "go to" bite sleeve. If you had anything else in mind, your suggestions are welcome.

Also thanks for all the great replies, they are really informative.
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