- Point the Pet-Agree toward the pet from a distance of about 5 feet up to 20 feet away.
- Press the button for 1 or 2 seconds while giving the desired verbal command.
- Repeat as necessary until the pet responds to your command as desired.
Training: The Pet-Agree can help emphasize verbal commands to sit, heel, stay, come, quiet, stay down or any other trained response for your pet. Pet-Agree may also be used as the signal for a trained response such as calling back your dog from a long distance.
Behavior Modification: The Pet-Agree can reinforce corrective commands to keep a pet off the furniture, stop jumping up on people, stop excessive barking or caterwauling, stay out an area or stop clawing, biting, scratching and chewing.
Protection: The Pet-Agree can also be used to keep stray or unleashed dogs from approaching. 1. Point the Pet-Agree toward the aggressive, approaching animal 2. Press the button and activate Pet-Agree for 1 to 2 seconds 3. Repeat as necessary to repel or stop the animal.
- Always use positive reinforcement techniques when training with the PET-AGREE.
- Best results are obtained when the PET-AGREE is pointed in the direction of the pet being trained.
- Some pets respond instantly, while others may require more time. Be consistent and repetitive.
- As a pet’s response to commands improves the PET-AGREE may be required less frequently.
- Effectiveness may vary due to each pet’s age, temperament, and hearing ability. Deaf pets will not respond.