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PetSafe ScatMat Electronic Dog & Cat Training Mat

PetSafe ScatMat Electronic Dog & Cat Training Mat

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    Buy it, make your life easier

    By Jani on Apr 21, 2021

    We got a new kitty from the shelter not too long ago, who is very curious and a bit mischievous. We used this mat on our dining table, and in the doorway to our bedroom. He stepped on it ONCE in each location and now does not try to go on or in either place. He will stay outside the bedroom door all We got a new kitty from the shelter not too long ago, who is very curious and a bit mischievous. We used this mat on our dining table, and in the doorway to our bedroom. He stepped on it ONCE in each location and now does not try to go on or in either place. He will stay outside the bedroom door all night, even though its open and he wants to come in. It doesn’t hurt, but it IS very startling. It is the perfect way to show your cat that there are places that are “no go” zones, without making them scared of you. … more

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    Not worth the price

    By LLMM on Jul 31, 2021

    This is potentially a great tool. But they are not durable enough to warrant the price. Eventually, no matter how clean you get it, even with nothing touching it, it’s constantly activating, wearing down the battery. Also, even when they are working correctly, a hair or bit of dust activates it. Not This is potentially a great tool. But they are not durable enough to warrant the price. Eventually, no matter how clean you get it, even with nothing touching it, it’s constantly activating, wearing down the battery. Also, even when they are working correctly, a hair or bit of dust activates it. Not really practical in a house with pets, which defeats the purpose. … more

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