Does your pooch have a little too much to say when it comes time for the human part of your family to chow down? Does “No!” just not get the point across anymore?
When you need a quiet, yet commanding approach to training against unwanted behaviors, there's OnGuard™. This handheld trainer utilizes silent ultrasonic sound that will deter your dog without putting your family on blast. This is because ultrasound is above the range of human hearing (more on how it works here), so we can't hear it.
What can OnGuard effectively stop? Try it on any bad habit! Here's a short list:
- Barking at the door
- Jumping on the sofa
- Begging for food
- Digging in the yard
- Jumping on visitors
Still unsure? We provide a 60-day money-back guarantee. If any of our products don't work for you in that time, send it back for a full refund of it's price. Guaranteed.
Have any additional questions? Please contact us by phone at 1-800-657-8214, live chat, or by email. We are happy to answer any questions you may have!
Training Tips with Positive Pet™Instead of yelling, use Positive Pet to help train those unwanted behaviors away!
Deaf Dogs 101“Deaf dogs can be just as amazing and loving as any other dog, they just need a little bit more patience, training and care.
Doggie Delites — Heart Healthy Dog Treats
We want your dog to be happy and healthy this new year, so here's a great treat to start your new year off just right. Your dog will surely be begging for more! Recipe: 1/2 cup of natural peanut butter (be sure to check the label)1/4 cup honey1 tablespoon of virgin coconut oil (or olive oil)1 cup chicken broth1 cup rolled oats1 cup whole wheat flour1 cup all-purpose flour Instructions: In a large mixing bowl, add the peanut butter, honey, oil, and the chicken broth-whisk them together until combined. In a separate bowl, combine the flours and the oats. Mix the...
Bark Control with Puppies“Consider options like ThunderShirts, CBD treats, vibration collars, crate training, and extra exercise. A tired puppy is not a barking puppy!”
Returning to Work — What do our Pets think?Our pets may become confused and anxious as we get back to in-person work. Here's how you can help your best friend during this time.