Dog Housetraining Aids: Nature’s Miracle House-Breaking Go Here Spray
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Nature's Miracle House-Breaking "Go Here" Spray

Nature's Miracle House-Breaking
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Teach your dog where to "go" in less time than ever before
Pheromone attract spray encourages dogs to go where you want them to
For indoor and outdoor training

Utilize the power of pheromones to teach your dog where to "go" and reduce the time it takes to housebreak your pet. Nature's Miracle House-Breaking Spray uses attractant pheromones to send the message that it's OK to go where you've applied the spray. Spray it on a Piddle Pad or other designated surface indoors or in selected areas outdoors. Your pet will quickly learn to relieve himself in these locations. This concentrated spray provides long-lasting effects and helps reduce the amount of time it takes to housetrain your pet. Not for use on pet. 16 oz bottle.

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Indoors - Hold spray nozzle one inch from surface where you want your pet to go. Spray approximately the size of a two inch circle. Lead pet to the spot and allow pet to sniff the spot. Pet will soon realize that this is the approved place to go. Praise your pet when he/she performs.

Outdoors - Spray on areas where you desire your pet to eliminate. Repeat this process frequently while the animal is being trained. Repeat procedure frequently, particularly upon awakening, before going to bed, and after feeding your pet.

Note: Training time will vary with individual dogs.

Caution: Keep closed when not in use. Keep this product out of reach of children and pets to avoid unintended consumption. In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water.

Ingredients: Water, Fragrance, Propylene Glycol, Diazolindinyl Urea, Propylparaben, and Methylparaben.

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This handy selection guide lets you choose the room or surface deterrent that will let your pets know what is 'off limits' in your home.
Rooms and surfaces can have gates or barriers to let your pets know these areas are "off limits." Frequent questions are answered to help you decide which is best for your situation.
Housetraining your new puppy involves a little patience and encouragment from you to use the piddle pads in a designated area indoors, or outside in an area you have chosen for him/her to relieve themselves.
A housetraining checklist should include items needed for training your pup to go potty indoors or outdoors in designated areas and training motivators like treats for rewards.
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