Stop Dog Stealing Food
Does your dog have little self-control when it comes to food and resorts to stealing? There are many reasons to teach your dog not to steal food. Apart from your disappointment when you discover your dog has gulped down your dinner, stealing food from the table, counter or stove could put your dog in danger. Not only might your dog steal food items that are poisonous to dogs, your dog could pull something hot or sharp onto itself.
How To Stop Dogs Stealing
Firstly, determine if your dog is hungry. Sometimes even the most well-trained and obedient dog will steal food from the counter when hungry.
Make sure your dog gets enough food and water to satisfied its needs. If unsure, consult your veterinarian to find out what specific dietary needs your type of dog has.
These training aids are designed to distract dogs at the instant they try to steal food. By associating the act of stealing with an unpleasant experience your dog's behaviour will be improved.
The no-collar Remote Trainer works by taking advantage of the sensitive hearing of your pet in the ultrasonic frequency range which is inaudible to most humans. Use in conjunction with verbal commands.
Electronic Training Mats
Easily make areas off-limits. When a paw is detected on the mat a static pulse is generated to move your dog away. Your dog will feel an uncomfortable tingling under the paw. Place the dog training mat at the problem location. Sureguard ssScat Mat read more...
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