The handy Pet Corrector interrupts and helps put a stop to unwanted behaviour in dogs, from excessive barking to jumping up and chewing furniture.
How it works
This spray can with a horn releases an unpleasant noise for dogs, which interrupts and can help curb unwanted behaviour.
Training your dog with praise and training treats is the most stress-free way for you and your pet to discourage boisterousness. But if persistent barking, jumping up or chewing of furniture continues, you can use the Pet Corrector along with traditional training to help put a stop to it.
To use it, spray a short burst at least one metre away from your pet’s head to avoid damaging their sensitive ears. Only use during misbehaviour for the spray to work and reward positive actions with praise or a treat. Work on correcting one behaviour at a time, such as jumping up, before moving onto the next. That way, you’ll avoid confusing and distressing your pet.
- easy-to-use spray can with loud bugle
- hissing noise interrupts and helps stop unwanted behaviour
- use as a last resort if regular training with rewards doesn’t work
- dogs associate the sound with danger and stop what they’re doing
- use in moderation to avoid overly distressing your dog
When to use it
Use this product with moderation. As it emits a sound associated with danger, such as the hiss of a snake, an angry swan or the buzz of a dangerous insect, it may cause anxiety in your pet.
If your dog is barking excessively or chewing furniture, it could be down to lack of physical or mental stimulation. So, try play before you spray. Behavioural issues may also be caused by an underlying health problem, so ask your vet for advice. Never use the Pet Corrector on young puppies, anxious, rescue or hard-of-hearing pets.
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Perfect training aidThis is the second time I have brought this pet corrector as it works wonders. It has got to the point of me just showing my dog the can for him to do as he is told. First used this to stop barking at the TV, one quick blast of air behind the head about 18inchs away made him stop. After doing this few times over 3 days stopped the barking, still use it for others things, but the larger can is the one to buy as it last so much longer, so better value.
pet correctorDETAILS REVIEWS The Pet Corrector emits a hiss of air which mimics this sound of animals such as snakes and insects, to interrupt undesirable behaviours in dogs such as jumping up or stealing. Situations suitable for the Pet Corrector: Excessive barking Place avoidance Jumping up Stealing/Chewing The Pet Corrector comes with a detailed training guide which includes helpful training tips and key dos and don'ts. It is important that the Pet Corrector is used responsibly and that alternative desirable behaviours are rewarded. The Pet Corrector can easily be slipped into a pocket or the specifically designed holster.
Pet Corrector saved my Jack Russell's life after a much larger dog got hold of him and wouldn't let go. One squirt and the dog let go. Kicking and shouting failed.
We were introduced to this by a dog trainer whom we contacted for help when one of our dogs attacked the other. The spray worked like magic, it seemed to break through the rage and enabled us to take control of the situation. We no longer have the same problems but one of our Dalmatians barks incessantly at people coming to the door, passing cyclists, tractors, horses, clouds, insects.... I've found that just telling him enough and showing him the can stops him in his tracks.
Excellent for training my 4 month lurcher puppy various things like jumping up, jumping on furniture, chewing etc. I'm about to purchase another!