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to the not-so-obedient.
Simple, effective dog training in the palm of your hand. Learn more.
- Teach your dog better behavior
- No more jumping, digging, or chewing
Reward your pet for good behavior with treat dispensers and clickers. Learn more.
- Teach your pet nearly any command
- Shape your pet's behavior with treats
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|4 stimulation options||X|
|Use a tone to teach your pet||X||X|
|Use treats to train your pet||X|
|Long range (up to 1,000 yards)||X|
|Train two pets at once||X||X|
At the push of a button, your handheld remote sends a signal to your dog’s receiver collar. He receives a mild but annoying stimulation that gets his attention. Learn more.
Give your pet a command, and if he does it, click! Then give him a treat. Paired with a treat, the click lets you clearly communicate to your dog, “This is what I want you to do.” Learn more.
Teach your dog that silence is golden with a bark control collar or deterrent. Learn more.
- Bark collars remind your dog not to bark
- Bark deterrents keep the whole pack quieter
Keep your pet away from the areas where you don't want them. Learn more.
- Protect room, counters, furniture, and more
- Keep them out of landscaping or pools
Choose the pet that sounds like yours to learn more about your training options
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Penny the Puppy
Penny hasn't learned good manners yet. Her pet parents need to:
Teach her basic obedience.
Tony the Terror
Tony doesn't listen when his parents tell him to stop chasing the dog or stop scratching the couch. His pet parents need to:
Teach him better behavior.
Kara the Klutz
& Dana the Digger
Kara likes to jump on counters and ledges, but she always knocks things over. Dana's backyard used to be grass, but now it’s all mud. Their pet parents need to:
Keep them away from certain areas inside or outside.
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|Remote Trainer||Clicker||Bark Control||Harness|
T-Dog the Tugger
He always takes the lead on walks. Too bad he pulls so hard the kids can’t walk him! His pet parents need to:
Prevent him from pulling on the leash.
Bingo the Barker
Little dogs can be big barkers. Bingo barks all day long! His pet parents need to:
Stop him from barking all the time.
(for dogs who bark when leashed)
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