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The Gundog Buffalo Loud Dog Whistle

Polished black buffalo horn whistle perfect for recall training. Leather neck lanyard included.

from £16.99

For centuries man has lived and worked closely with dogs for both companionship, and to bring home food for the table.

A loud dog whistle was used because hounds often had to work at a distance from their owner, and maintaining contact for instructions could not rely on voice alone.

Quite simply, the varied human tonal range is basically disadvantageous when it comes to training our favourite four-legged companion – whilst a good whistle simply never changes its tune.

Want to hear what this beauty sounds like? Click here .

If you prefer your whistle keychain style on a keychain trigger clip, select brass or silver from the options.

This handsome traditional dog training whistle produces a consistently clear loud pitch, ideal for teaching your dog the sound of “get your butt over here right now please, thank you very much”.

Includes a leather neck lanyard and our signature red leather logo tab. Note that each piece is unique due to the varied properties of the natural horn from which it was turned.

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  • FREE DELIVERY on this item
  • Polished Buffalo Horn Whistle
  • Leather neck lanyard
  • HOUNDWORTHY red leather detailing
  • Optional gift box
  • Made in Scotland

Size & Fit

Measures 80mm X 15mm (10g)

Personalisation option on this item refers to the personal note accompanying the whistle. The whistle itself cannot be personalised.

Delivery Info

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Standard Small (3-5 days) FREE
Standard Regular (3-5 days) FREE

UK TRACKED
Weekday Express (1-2 days) £3.99
Weekend Express (Saturday delivery) £9.99

REST OF THE WORLD
EU Standard (5-10 days) £7.99
WORLD Standard (10-14 days) £9.99

Order must be received by 12pm (GMT) for these delivery times to apply

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