Pet correction is a natural part of any dog owner's experience. Your pet can get overly excited, pick up unpleasant habits, or engage in unwanted behavior. This is a natural part of a healthy dog's development. The key to proper behavior correction is to disrupt the unwanted behavior so you can give your pet the verbal input it needs to correct its behavior. Pet owners have used a wide range of methods to disrupt their pets' behavior from using water spritzers
to verbal disruption with varying degrees of success.
If these methods haven't worked for you or you are looking for a fresh alternative in disrupting your pet's behavior, try Company of Animals Pet corrector from Pet Store
today. Using gas emissions to create a hissing sound, this pet correction tool bases its effectiveness of your pet's instinctive reaction to prey species' verbal signals. In the wild, snakes, insects, and birds like geese instinctively hiss at their pursuers to throw them off. Dogs' sensitivity to this hissing sound can then be used as springboard for pet correction and training.
Get rid of unwelcome pet behavior like excessive barking, improper jumping, stealing food items, and other behaviors with the Company of Animals Pet corrector today!
The Pet Corrector is the newest training aide fromUK based The Company of Animals. Guaranteed to get a dogs attention in humane and safe way by emitting an inert gas (like fresh air) which mimics this hiss sound to interrupt undesirable behavior. Once the dogs undesirable behavior has been interrupted, a correction can be given and the dogs behavior corrected. FREE training guide included with every can.Snakes, insects and birds such as geese use the hiss sound to drive off predators, and our domesticated pets have the same sensitivity to this sound. The Pet Corrector emits an inert gas (like fresh air), which mimics this hiss sound to interrupt undesirable behaviour. Situations in which the Pet Corrector can be used will of course vary, though key uses can include unwanted barking, jumping up, stealing food, place avoidance and aggression.