Louie tells us everything. When he’s happy. When he’s sad. When he’s hungry. When the phone rings. Sometimes he tells us things we don’t want — or need — to hear. Sometimes we think he simply loves the sound of his own voice.
We’ve tried countless ways over the years to silence his chatter. Nothing worked until we found the Pet Corrector by The Company of Animals. This ingenious little red aerosol can, which we now call the “Louie-nator,” emits a blast of compressed air that stops dogs dead in their tracks — or, in Louie’s case — mid-bark.
Snakes, insects and birds, such as geese, use their hiss to drive off predators, and dogs apparently have an instinctive sensitivity to this sound. The Pet Corrector's hiss — emitted in short blasts — mimics this sound to interrupt undesirable behaviors such as barking or jumping. A free training guide includes helpful tips and key do’s and don’ts.
50 ml can (60 shots): $10. 200 ml can (200 shots): $20