Everybody loves their four-legged friend but even for the most caring of pet owners sometimes our dog’s behaviour can be hard to live with. Challenges like excessive barking can cause real disruption for family, friends or neighbours. This is where Pet Corrector training aid can really help, by effectively retraining unwanted behaviours including excessive barking, jumping up and stealing.
3 Step Training Program
What else can it do?
Pet Corrector’s not just for dogs. On Dr Roger’s farm, one young horse had a playful (and painful) tendency to chase and bite sheep. While another enjoyed chewing posts and rail fences. Both ‘misbehaviours’ could be interrupted, even from a distance, by Pet Corrector.
We all know that cats can misbehave too. Use Pet Corrector to effectively interrupt their stalking and catching of birds, and put a stop to them scratching your furniture.
But remember, always make sure that training is fun. Pet Corrector isn’t a punishment, it’s a distraction – keep training sessions short and always finish on a positive note.
Pet Corrector interrupts many unwanted behaviours but is most often used for the following: barking, jumping up, stealing food, chasing, place avoidance.
No, Pet Corrector is also very effective with other animals, like misbehaved cats and horses for example.
No, never use the Pet Corrector on young puppies. Early positive training is the best way to resolve puppy training issues.