|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Material||Plastic||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon|
|Closure Type||—||Bolt Snap||—|
My golden retriever (9 months) was snooping on the counter. Scolding didn't work, but these did!! Scared her when she set on off. She couldn't get out of the kitchen fast enough!! She's no longer interested in what's on the counter! Lol!!
These did not work at all. It takes a lot of force for them to pop/release.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.