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Pet Corrector

Introducing the Pet Corrector

All dogs have their good and bad days. But with Pet Corrector, you can get back to what really matters… enjoying life with your pet. Inspired by nature, Pet Corrector quickly and simply distracts your dog from unwanted behaviors like barking, jumping up, being aggressive, place avoidance or stealing food, it can also help defend you and your dog from other dog attacks.

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Stops unwanted behavior

Whether you’re struggling with barking, jumping up, bad house manners or aggression, Pet Corrector provides a distraction that enables you to retrain and reward your dog. Loved by millions of owners around the world, Pet Corrector helps you put a stop to bad behavior.

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Inspired by nature

Created by renowned dog behavioral expert Dr. Roger Mugford, the Pet Corrector uses compressed air to mimic the natural warning hiss that swans and other animals make. When used as part of Dr Roger’s tried and tested W.A.G. training technique, you can disrupt the unwanted behavior, giving you the opportunity to teach your dog the rules of the house.

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Simple to use

When you witness bad behavior, act immediately and give one short burst. Remember to direct the can away from your dog as they only need to hear the noise. When your dog stops the unwanted behavior, give them a command (e.g. quiet) and reward them, either with lots of praise or a tasty treat.

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New & improved design

The new built-in safety cap gives more accurate activation, so it’s more reliable and no longer requires an additional safety lid, so it’s quicker to interrupt those unwanted behaviors. The new cap also features a safety seal to ensure the product reaches you in perfect condition. A firm press is required on first use to break the seal, once broken the product will disperse as required.

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FAQs

Pet Corrector can be used to interrupt many unwanted doggy behaviors but is most often used for: barking, jumping up, stealing food, chasing, aggression and place avoidance.

While most of our customers use Pet Corrector to train their dogs, it can also be very effective on other animals including cats. Just make sure you test the sensitivity of your pet first by using Pet Corrector at least 3 meters away to begin with.

Using Pet Corrector is easy with our W.A.G. process. Witness: When you witness bad behavior… Act: Use the Pet Corrector (away from your dog) to distract them, then… Give: Give your dog a command and then reward.

We don’t recommend using the Pet Corrector on young puppies. We believe that at an early age, rewarding positive behavior should be the focus of puppy training, rather than trying to deter the not-so-good behaviors.

While the Pet Corrector is fine to use on most dogs, we recommend doing a test to check your dog’s sensitivity. Do this by testing a short one second burst of Pet Corrector at least 3 meters away from your dog. If they show any signs of distress, then discontinue use. We don’t recommend using the Pet Corrector on anxious dogs or puppies.

When used correctly as part of our W.A.G. process, the Pet Corrector can permanently change pet behavior in which case continued use is unnecessary. But remember, the Pet Corrector is not a punishment, it’s a training tool and it should always be followed with a reward.

Whilst it is recommended that all family members are involved with training, it’s important that Pet Corrector is used responsibly. Therefore, we do not recommend that children use Pet Corrector.

Pet Corrector should be used in short, one-second bursts, at a distance of at least one meter from your pet. Remember to always point the can away from your pet’s face. Do not press the button continuously or hold the can upside-down.

If used correctly in short, one-second bursts, you will get approximately the following number of uses out of each can: 30ml = 30 bursts/uses, 50ml = 50 bursts/uses and 200ml = 200 bursts/uses.

Every dog is different. For more helpful training tips and tricks, visit our blog.

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