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Located in Weyerhaeuser, WI 

Activedogsfacilities.png is a manufacturing company located in Northern Wisconsin where the winters are long and white.
Our facility is 15,000 sq. ft. with additional kennel and training field. We employ approximately thirty American
workers that are craftsman in their fields. We specialize in manufacturing training aids and equipment for Working Dogs.

Our facility houses:

Sewing Department
Leather Department
Embroidery Department
Plotting & Engraving Department  
Welding & Fabricating Department 


We are dedicated to offering the highest quality products made in the U.S.A.
Our motto is quality comes first before quantity. We carefully produce each product knowing that
it will be used in conjunction with a dog that deserves the best while working and serving mankind.

We have a love and appreciation for the working dog breeds and high energy dogs.

Our dogs bring us much enjoyment through working, training, and learning together.


We also have a great appreciation for our customers and the effort they put forth into training their four legged

companions. This is why we strive to produce top quality goods at reasonable prices.


Meet The Team AD Employees


Mission Statement

At ActiveDogs it is our mission to help change the lives of people. To our customers it is by providing equipment that makes a serious difference in many people’s lives. To our employee’s it is by providing a great place to work with the betterment of their lives in mind.

Values Statement

At ActiveDogs we believe in excellence as a way of doing business. Honesty and integrity must be at the heart of this belief. We believe in putting the best quality products into the marketplace that are produced with a high standard. It is important to us that while providing these American made products that they are produced by American workers. We love and support our nation and are blessed to work here. Facilities





Our dogs playing in 18" of Fresh Snow here in Northern Wisconsin.


Photo taken in front of our driveway after a March rain, leaving the trees heavy with ice.



Posted by on March 03, 2014