Guest Review: Stop Crazy Dog Behavior With the Pet Corrector

 |  Apr 14th 2011  |   0 Contributions

In my absence, I've asked my colleague and blog pal, Janet McCulley, chief trendologist for Animal Planet blog, The Daily Treat, to supply Dogsters with a product review you might enjoy. She came up with a doozy -- especially the video. Enjoy!

Maria Goodavage


By Janet McCulley

Do you have a counter surfer in the house? Or how about a dog that freaks when anything with two legs approaches your front door? If you answered yes to any of these questions you are going to love my favorite new product called The Pet Corrector!

While barking is normal behavior for a dog, it is not always acceptable. Enter The Pet Corrector a product that interrupts unwanted behavior. Essentially compressed air in a can, the pet corrector emulates the same hissing sound that snakes, and birds (such as geese) use to drive off predators. Interestingly, our domesticated pets have an instinctive sensitivity to this sound...kind of like the same sensitivity some of us may have to the sound of Justin Bieber's voice.

Interrupting Other Unwanted Behavior In Your Life

Check out my video below showing how The Pet Corrector stops my dog Zazou immediately from going completely nuts in a variety of situations. I also decided to test it out on my neighbor's noisy dogs as well as on some other unruly humans that exist in our daily lives


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