How To Build a Spring Pole (Exercise equipment for dogs)

Want to skip the build? Get the world’s highest quality spring poles here: In this video Fred Duran from Primoline Kennels explains how to build a spring pole. Spring poles are a piece of exercise equipment for dogs that build muscle. You can attach ropes, toys, or even pieces of a fire hose to the spring pull. They can be mounted on steel or wooden beams, tree branches, ceilings, or to the top of a kennel. We recommend using Bully Max Dog Food ( 30 minuets after working your dog out. It contains all of the essential ingredients needed for post-workout recovery.

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  1. Swell Character on June 27, 2022 at 3:45 pm

    I’d like to sort of explain springpole and things like that to some folks and what it means to bulldogs. Jumping up and latching on to a fabric-made object may seem to merely done to look cool or just a form of exercise, but it is also showcasing what bulldogs use to do. Bulldogs were used in bull baiting, and this is how they brought down large game animals–by jumping and grabbing onto the nose or neck. Bulldogs (APBTs) are swell dogs. Not only swell companions, but high drive working/purpose dogs that do their all to serve their masters. The APBT is a dog that was designed and used as hunting dogs, butchers dogs, and as warring dogs in the bloodsport of bull and bear baiting. Dogs like APBTs are what people would call gripping dogs: dogs that are able to hunt, control, or catch large game by getting a good grip and work to either throw the large beast off balance or hold it in place for the farmer, rancher, or hunter. Like dog expert, author, and breed historian Diane Jessup writes:
    “First a hunter, then a butcher’s dog, then a baiter, then a dog fighter, American Pit Bulls which display behavior typical of their heritage are gripping dogs; they come from a long, long genetic history which dictates they get a hold and HANG ON! This behavior saved their life during the years they were hunting boar, stag and bear, and also stood them in good stead when they moved on to working bulls, bears and other animals in baiting sports. This same behavior can work to make breaking up a fight quite easy and safe. The Pit Bull is a bulldog in action and appearance. He is a gripping dog – not a terrier (which means Earth dog which pursues its quarry underground). The English bulldog is a relatively recently developed animal designed strictly for the show ring. In fact, English bulldogs were not even created until several years AFTER bull baiting (the purpose for which it was supposed to have been bred) was banned and discontinued in the United Kingdom. So, it is impossible for the Pit Bull to have been developed from a breed younger than itself. In fact, the English bulldog is developed from the original working bulldog – the Pit Bull. Written Pit Bull pedigrees date into the late 1700’s. The history of the Pit Bull far predates the time when bans on bull baiting caused blood sport fanciers to turn to fighting dog against dog."

  2. microtechmachineshop on June 27, 2022 at 3:47 pm

    just started making one thanks for the info and I was curious about that spring is it too stiff? my dog is 70 pounds

  3. Enrique Jimenez on June 27, 2022 at 3:50 pm

    how heavy should a dog weight for that spring pole?

  4. Haloskeeper1 on June 27, 2022 at 3:54 pm

    thanks for this video!  I watched it in Home Depot while picking out everything you suggested!!

  5. Dan How on June 27, 2022 at 4:08 pm

    What toy would you suggest attaching to it? My dog usually breaks her toys the first time she uses them

  6. David R on June 27, 2022 at 4:12 pm

    how do u get it mounted to a tree ?

  7. Michelle B on June 27, 2022 at 4:26 pm

    where can I buy all the stuff to make the spring pole? Home Depot?

  8. Rodel Mauri on June 27, 2022 at 4:29 pm

    My dog is a growing 90 lb Anatolian shepherd, would it be alright to start him off on the porch spring or different springs? He’s pretty strong and I wanna get him jacked

  9. Gregory on June 27, 2022 at 4:30 pm

    I have a 7 month old XL pitbull that weighs 112 pounds what type of spring do u think would be best for a growing pup as big as him

  10. Ruby's K9s on June 27, 2022 at 4:32 pm

    This video is a life saver
    Thanks a ton bully max!

  11. griffin thompson on June 27, 2022 at 4:36 pm

    How do I get
    My dog to want to play on the spring pole

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