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PetSafe Train 'n Praise Dog Potty Training System
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- Innovative system that uses positive reinforcement to house train your pet to use a pee pad
- Treat dispenser and remote can be used for obedience training after pet is potty trained
- Perfect for pet owners in apartments or homes without private yards
- Pee pads are made of 6 layers for extra protection
- Handheld remote activates treat dispenser from up to 25 feet away
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About the Train ‘n Praise Potty System
Make house training easy and consistent with the innovative Train ‘n Praise Potty Training System. Using positive reinforcement, the Train ‘n Praise rewards your dog with a treat each time he uses the unique absorbent pee pad, and allows potty training to continue even when you are not home. The Train ‘n Praise is a perfect potty training solution if you have a new puppy, senior dog or any pet with house training issues. And once house training is completed, use the treat dispenser and remote for positively rewarding other behaviors, like sitting to greet visitors or staying off furniture.
How it works
The Train ‘n Praise Potty System works using sensors that detect moisture on the pee pad. As your dog pees on the pad, a signal is sent to a transmitter that is clipped to the edge. The pee pad clip then wirelessly sends a signal to the treat dispenser to give kibble as a reward, creating a practical training solution.
Product Features:1. Uses positive reinforcement with treats to train your pet to use a pee pad and for basic obedience training
2. Indoor potty training solution for pet owners in apartments, condos, lofts or homes without private yards
3. Includes 6 highly absorbent leak-proof pads
4. Handheld remote activates the treat dispenser up to 25 feet away
5. Water-resistant pad control unit easily attaches and reattaches to new pee pads
6. Expandable - works with up to 10 additional sets of pee pads and clips to cover multiple areas (additional clips sold separately)
7. Treat dispenser can be used with or without an audible tone that lets your pet know a treat is coming
8. Treat dispenser can be used mounted to wall or free-standing
9. Works with dry kibble or treats up to 1/2 inch in size (slightly smaller than a dime)
10. For indoor use only
Innovative Pee Pad
The Train ‘n Praise pee pads are made with 6 layers, including a pet attractant layer, an odor absorbing layer and a leak-proof bottom to lock in urine to keep your floors protected. Sensors are located throughout the pads to detect moisture and send a message to the small clip placed on the edge of the pee pad. The clip then signals to quickly activate the treat dispenser.
Train Your Pet to the Train ‘n Praise Potty
Training with the Train ‘n Praise Potty Training System takes about 2-4 weeks. Simply place your dog on the center of the pee pad when he normally uses bathroom, and give a cue like “bathroom”. When your dog does the correct behavior, use the handheld remote to dispense a treat. Finally, attach the pee pad clip to the pad to automatically treat your dog’s good potty behavior while you are away. Detailed training instructions and tips are included
Train your pets with the following items:
Train ‘n Praise Moisture Detection Pads- 10 pack
Train ‘n Praise Moisture Detection Pads- 30 pack
Busy Buddy Buddy Oh’s
3-Volt Lithium Battery 2 Pack
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Top Customer Reviews
Step 1 is basically the normal potty training routine with pads. You make sure your puppy is on the pads at the appropriate times of day, and offer praise and treats when the puppy uses the pad.
Step 2 they suggest you introduce the treat system. If you have a shy puppy, I'd be careful during this step. There is a little mechanical "whirr" kind of noise (kinda like the noise a vending machine makes when it's trying to give you something) as it spits out the treats, and I could imagine a very shy puppy being caught off guard and being frightened. I wouldn't hit the remote button when the pup is actually right up close and sniffing it, for example.
Step 3 This is where you actually start using the little clip that allows the system to detect on its own that your pup has gone potty and earned a treat.
If it's not obvious by now, you shouldn't mistake this for something that'll take care of potty training for you. You still have to go through most of the process in the same way you would without this. Where I can see this being really good is when you've hit the stage where the pup is mostly trained, but still benefits from encouragement. This'll give it treats even if you don't notice it using the pads, or even if you're out of the house at the time.
Getting the little remote open to put the battery in was kind of a pain. The screwdriver gouged the plastic a tiny bit as I pried it open, but nothing terrible.Read more ›
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Liam is getting older and using a piddle pad has been a hit or miss proposition lately. I always seem to be cleaning up the floor and getting my steam cleaner out now and then to sanitize it. I hoping this Train `n Praise will get him to aim a bit better. So far so good, but I was a bit skeptical at first.
By no means is Liam a skittish dog. He's actually rather an aggressive, no nonsense guy, but when I first introduced the Train `n Praise to him I thought he was going to have heart failure. With the audible tone on it was bit too much so I turned it off. It still is rather noisy and takes him aback, but he's getting used to it. It vibrates on a hardwood floor so I put it on the pad. I'm going to have to find something to damper that vibration.
One thing I needed to adjust was the amount of kibble coming out. Liam is on a diet so I'm going to have to manually do this. I'm now only putting in a few pieces at a time. Once Liam got the idea that he was going to get something for his efforts he was way into it. He's now hanging around thinking he's going to get a treat.
Liam now has a new hangout. He's also quite defensive and won't let our other dog near the Train `n Praise. There are some things I'm not fond of, but it really is an easy way to train to the pads.Read more ›
The directions are easy to understand and this takes just a few minutes to set up. My puppy picked up this up immediately. I had been using her kibble but I really like to use her treats in this instead but I am limited by the size that can be dispensed. It works with dry kibble or treats up to 1/2 inch in size. I can use the tiny treats that are for training ( http://www.amazon.com/Bil-Jac-Little-Jacs-Small-Treat/dp/B00ERZ5720/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1410405808&sr=8-11&keywords=training+treats).
Also, the pads that come with this system are of great quality as the urine does NOT leak through like most other pads that I have used. I think the pad control unit is very clever and works on cue!
These pads are also large enough so that she can use it more than once (my puppy is about 11 pounds).
I like using the remote to activate dispensing the treat which has a range of about 25 feet.
Currently I am using this unit while sitting on the floor but I like the idea of wall mounting it but I haven't decided where yet.
The only drawback so far that I noticed was that the dispenser isn't soundless and this may bother some dogs. Thye do recommend hand feeding your do until he becomes used to the dispenser.
Overall a great product that I am really glad I have; makes all this imperative training much easier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it works great still trying to train my dog to use it thoughPublished 6 months ago by venise francois
The only part of the system that worked was use of the handheld remote to dispense treats. Sometimes no treats come out; sometimes a jackpot. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Voracious Reader
My dog very quickly (first night) learned how to break into the container to steal all the treats. I secured it with a small bungee cord and he still got in. Very sad. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. Nathan
I am satisfied with the performance of the functionality of the Train N Praise system. Kibble loads easily into the top, and can be dispensed either through an active link between... Read morePublished 22 months ago by J. Sullivan
Of my 4 dogs, I have a little shih tzu who pees in the house more than I would like. Within the first week of using this machine she has only had one accident off the pads. Read morePublished 22 months ago by T.C.
I've been using this for five weeks which isn't long enough to be confident in a puppy's house training. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sires
I have mixed feelings about this set. There are somethings that are great. The wetness sensor works great. It will literally pick up one drop of moisture. We checked it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gracie
This is a really great little system for potty pad training dogs, I've been using it to help my boarder get her dog to stop messing on my carpet whenever it rains! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mary Jo Sminkey
I have two indoor chihuahuas, and one has an autoimmune disorder so he spends most of his time indoors. He's excellent with his puppy pads and never makes a mistake. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Hello Kitchen