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ht-pet Snappy Trainer Pet Deterrent

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  • A training device that can be used to correct unwanted behaviors
  • Simply set and place the paddle in the area of interest and when the pet touches or bumps the snappy trainer, the large paddle swiftly lifts into the air making a loud snapping sound
  • The quick sound and movement of the paddle will startle the pet and discourage repeat behavior
  • The snappy trainer is designed to only startle and not harm your pet
  • It’s safe for training puppies, cats as well as rabbits

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Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions


Is this a joke? A rat trap as a training device?
Answer by ChewyJun 21, 2019
The snappy trainer is designed to only startle and not harm your pet. When the pet touches or bumps the snappy trainer, the large paddle swiftly lifts into the air making a loud snapping sound. The quick sound and movement of the paddle will startle the pet and discourage repeat behavior.

Back in the day it was set mouse traps with a light towel set over them. I think these need the element of mysterious surprise Will these still work if covered over w/kitchen hand towel or paper towels?
Answer by ChewyNov 07, 2018
The Snappy Trainer will still work if covered with a very light hand towel or paper towel.

Has anyone used this with rabbits?
Answer by ChewyFeb 01, 2018
It’s safe for training puppies, cats, as well as rabbits.

Once the item "snaps", does it have to be manually reset or does it work continuously without resetting it?
Answer by ChewyOct 13, 2022
The Snappy Trainer requires a manual reset. After each use, ensure the clips are engaged on the trap.


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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By gkwcb on Jan 19, 2023

New kitten toy

I think my 9-month-old kitten would rate it higher. He really likes the way it jumps. Mouse traps worked well with my 'what can I do to please you' lab-ausi mix dog, but not so well for my 'everything is prey' kitten.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Alex on Dec 7, 2022

Easy to use

These did work a little until my puppy set them off and they tumbled to the ground and became a chew toy for my puppy. Smart puppy!! I made the mistake of setting them up and walking away to take a shower. I have one left and I do not leave it set up when I am not around. Puppy has reduced counter surfing a little.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By brudy on Nov 30, 2022

A Life Saver

Snappy trainers are a life saver. They only had to trigger once and my Pup sees them on the counter and stays down. I would 100% recommend these to pet parents with counter surfers!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cara on Sep 8, 2022

So far So good

Our German Shepard started counter surfing again. Found the Snappy Trainers and she set them off a couple of times but then left them and any food near them alone. We’re still keeping them out for now but one day hope we can put them away once she understands that stealing off the table is a NO. If a grandchild touches them they don’t get hurt so yes we recommend them even though the package says for medium dogs and she’s big.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By FandS on Jun 30, 2022

No paws on tables

I brought two 4-month-old cats into the house and needed a way to remind them that feet are not allowed on tables and countertops when I wasn't around. After a few months I stopped finding the traps had been sprung. Now that they are adult cats I don't even have to put them out they just know they're not allowed on the table.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nick on Sep 21, 2022

Creative safe

Fun and effective - my dog kept getting in the trash can, used this one time and she does not go near the can


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By TerreLynn on Mar 16, 2022

It didn't scare her

We have a dog who drags anything she can get her teeth on our the doggy door & destroys it in the back yard. We tried this in an attempt to curb this behavior. We laughed & laughed the next day when we found ALL 4 of them outside...chewed to pieces! hahahaha YOUR dog might avoid this, but our Beagle was not impressed or scared.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Carol on Jul 31, 2022

Not great quality

One was already broken. Didn’t take long for another to follow.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Shay on Apr 20, 2022

Worked but didn’t work

We received a package of 3. 2 did not work the 3rd did work to keep our big girl out of the garbage once. We tried to reset the next night and that was broke as well.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MollieMouse on Mar 18, 2022

No more counter surfing!

My always-hungry-nosey pup definitely thinks twice before looking for treasure on the kitchen counter! This is very effective AND safe for kids (& adults) No pinched fingers like one might accidentally get with a traditional mouse trap.