I searched the internet for a treat pouch with extra pockets and finally found the perfect one with the PetStrong Pouch. The main section is large enough to carry a full Bil-Jac bag of treats if needed. However in my case I carry my camera at the bottom and then a little ziplock stacked on top with the treats to guarantee freshness. When treat pouch is not in use there is a very nice drawstring with push button locking device. So nothing will fall out. The main section is big enough to hold my 6 inch screen Android phone or Kodak z915 camera along with treats with no issues. The interior of the pouch has a smooth nylon material to make clean out easy if you put treats directly inside this bag (not in a ziplock like I use).
The front has a large elastic pouch I use for a bike horn to "call" Lucy when we are out on the golf cart and she is off leash. It is big enough for a travel items such as a travel size hand sanitizer, clicker or small phone as well. Behind the elastic pouch is a zippered pocket. It is big enough for my credit cards/cash (when we go to class and I don't want to bring my wallet/purse). In the back there is a small zippered pocket for poop bags and a handy little key hole for quick and easy access. A life saver when your hands are full and accidents happen. *Cough* Lucy the check out lane is not the bathroom *Cough* :)
One big thing that made this bag perfect is the multitude of ways it can be worn. It comes with a shoulder strap that attaches on each side of the bag. It can be worn over the shoulder, around the neck (like a camera), or as a cross body. Each way is very convenient and I have worn it all ways for different reasons. The little d-rings are also a large enough that when the shoulder strap is attached I have room to caribenier clip our CLIKR when not in use. On the back there is a belt clip and 2 loops for use with the second strap to make it a traditional waist style treat pouch.
I give this item an A+ rating. Its so versatile, has met and exceeded my needs/expectations. I also like that its grey and black, making it very neutral. It looks like just a small purse/fanny pack rather than a "Dog Treat Pouch". Here is a photo of my bag setup for everyday use. If Going to class I take the bike horn out as Lucy is leashed.
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