Simple Solution Puppy Aid Training Spray, 8 Ounces
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- Helps train your puppy to urinate in the proper area
- Scientifically formulated to attract your pet to the right spot
- For indoor and outdoor use
- Makes housetraining easier
- 8-ounce bottle
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So THEN we bought a puppy pad (didn't work - she tore it up) and this spray. We also removed the litterbox from the surrounding box and tried just putting it out on the floor again.. She went in the litter box, sniffed, circled twice, and started going in her potty..! For the first time..! (She had gone a couple of times "finishing" after we caught her but that was very rare usually she would just hold it and run off and go somewhere else 2 minutes later). Since then she has only had 1 urine accident - I think she was just overly excited - and about 60% of the time she is going number 2 in her potty as well (this spray only teaches them to go #1). In a short while she should be 100% trained on number 2 as well.
My dog went from 0-80 like *that* and I truly was amazed with this product. From reading the reviews [..] I have noticed those that had trouble with the product were those using the pads. The pads already have a scent so it probably confuses them even more. Also I spray alot and I spray more a few times a day just to make sure..Read more ›
I own a Chihuahua, btw.
I sprayed her pad area. She sniffed but it didn't really help her to go in a specific spot.
I ended up training her without it.
I do think you'd be better off buying a house-breaking or puppy manual book.
- Was attentive and patient. If you can't watch the dog then you won't be able to correct it. How then will the dog be trained?
- Put her in her spot and give her treats/praise profusely when she goes in the right area. My 'Mimi Rose' learns very quickly when treats are involved. She learned how to 'sit' in a single 20-minute session! No joke.
Positive reinforcement always works.
- Verbally corrected when I saw her do her business in the wrong spot. Don't scream at or hit the dog. Just say, 'No' in a firm voice and/or clap your hands.
- Cleaned the soiling spots with vinegar to remove scent.
- Placed her on a feeding/water schedule until she was housebroken. She eats 3 times a day. Her dinner is at 8pm. Her bedtime is at 11 pm.
- Implemented crate-training and fenced her off in 'play areas'. An untrained dog has NO business having free run of the house.
She got it before long.
My pup still runs towards me when she does her business in the correct spot expecting a treat.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this to train my then puppy but it didn't work...maybe my dog is just weird but I would not recommend this....Published 10 months ago by mt31
Can't see that it works all that great. Too expensive to rebuy. Will just stick to the doggy pads.Published 16 months ago by BooBoo
Didn't work for me. My dogs just smelt it and occasionally tried tasting it. But ineffective.Published 18 months ago by krystyna krupa