Pets can be a joy to play with, but it’s important they know the rules to keep everyone safe. With these easy pet training tips and tricks, you’ll have everything you need to guide your furry friends, along with treats and toys to reward their good behavior. #TuesdayMorning
A dog training class with an experienced trainer is a great way to get your relationship with your dog off on the right paw. You'll find that much of the training is for you, guidance that you'll take home and then put into practice with your dog every day.
Peanut butter is a great training tool; use a little on stuffable toys as a reward after training. If you have a puppy who is biting at your hands, rub some peanut butter on your hands and have your puppy lick the peanut butter off, showing him that your hands are not for teeth. This all-natural peanut butter sells at #TuesdayMorning for just $3.99, compared to $6.99!
Crate training speeds up the process of housetraining a new puppy and safeguards him from dangerous wires around the house. We purchased this small crate at #TuesdayMorning for just $24.99, compared to $59.99 at other stores, making it inexpensive enough to purchase multiple crates as your pet grows. (Crates make great donation gifts for your local shelter, too!)
Scratching is an instinctive part of your cat's life; satisfy that need to scratch (and save your sofa!) with a cat scratcher. Linus loves this one that we found at #TuesdayMorning for just $14.99, compared to $29.99 at other stores.
All dogs need daily walks, preferably twice a day. Not only will you be working on your training as you walk, but you'll be bonding with your dog in a way that very similar to how he would move and bond with a dog pack.
Toys like this chew tug provide a satisfying bite--while saving your slippers! This toy features a crinkle bottle inside the heavy nylon case and was just $6.99 at #TuesdayMorning, compared to $14.99 at other stores!
Training treats are small treats that are flavorful to entice your dog but small enough that you won't be packing on the calories. (If you find a larger treat you'd like to for training treats, use kitchen shears to create small treats.) Our Irie loves these treats, $3.99 at #TuesdayMorning, compared to $6.99 at other stores!
Crate mats...they're not just for crates anymore! Place a crate mat on a table or perch by a window for your cat to enjoy a sun bath and a view of the birds. This mat sells for $9.99 at #TuesdayMorning, compared to $24.99 at other stores.