Your Solution to Hissy Fits
This is one of those items that garners great controversy, but I’m going to tell you here and now that I never leave the house for a walk without it. The Pet Corrector is perfect for interrupting the “prey drive”.
This means that when you’re out on walks, it’s a great way to stop a stray dog from coming after you or your pets. I’m not guaranteeing it will work on any dog, but it is highly effective on the ones I’ve encountered.
This handy little canister is simple to carry around and very loud, which is why everyone who has a pet (or child) should have one. There is something very powerful about a simple “shhh” sound. Multiply that sound by a hundred and you have some idea of what the Pet Corrector sounds like.
This is safe, effective and will not harm any animal. It’s also a great way to correct barking behaviors, jumping, and more.
This is also a great way to interrupt negative behavior in cats.
As many of you know, cats correct other cats behavior with a simple hiss. It’s powerful, effective and gets the point across without injuring anyone. I know when an animal hisses at me, I’d better figure out what I’m doing and correct it. Well, this concept works both ways. When I hiss at my animals, it’s far more effective than any other means of correction.
The Pet Corrector does the correction for me and all I have to do is be nearby the bad behavior. The unit operates on sound, not touch. Just press the button within 25 feet of your pets and all action stops as they puzzle out who just did what. It’s long enough to break them out of the mindset they were in just seconds earlier. It’s a redirection of attention and that is often enough to stop a behavior completely.
The Pet Corrector is simple to carry, small and compact, it’s an easy way to have a means of correction at your fingertips wherever you may be traveling or out on a walk, or down at the dog park. And at less than $9.00 for one canister, it won’t break the bank!
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