Dog Behavior Training: Nature's Miracle Pet Block Repellent Spray

The natural repellent spray for dogs covers the dog's hair and forms a true barrier that repels :
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If you have a dog, furniture in your home may be at risk. This is particularly the case for puppies thatdon't necessarily know the difference between playing and destroying various items in the house. Puppies and other dogs may also have housebreaking issues, and it's never good to see a carpet, chair, sofa or some other piece of furniture ruined when your pet has an accident. If you've found that attempting to discipline your pet hasn't been sufficient to stop him from getting on your furniture, you should also be able to use a dog deterrent or repellent to do the same thing. While you can buy a repellent spray or mixture at most pet supply stores and many different natural grocery stores as well, it's very easy and less expensive to make your own dog furniture repellent at home.
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Cayenne pepper is one of the most common and effective natural dog repellents. Pet-Net states that the capsicum found in cayenne irritates dogs' skin, eyes, throat and paws, and they will avoid treated areas. You can sprinkle cayenne pepper directly into your garden or around the perimeter of the lawn as a deterrent. In the house, apply cayenne sprays to carpets or furniture. Only a small amount is necessary, as the sensitive canine nose will easily detect the strong smell.The commercial repellents are available in the form of sprays and contain different chemicals or natural compounds such as cayenne pepper that dogs don't like and avoid. If the dog has already soiled the carpet, clean it using an enzymatic cleaner or vinegar and allow the carpets to dry. Spray the repellents generously and reapply as indicated on the label of the product you use.The smell of lemon or orange is pleasant for most humans, but distasteful to dogs. Citrus is a mild natural dog repellent, and you will need to reapply frequently. You can cut up citrus fruit and place around the garden wherever you want to prevent digging, urinating, or damage to plants. Inside the house, use a mild lemon spray to keep Fido from visiting rooms where you would prefer he stay out.Hey there! Here are my suggestions: 1) Have you tried a repellent spray such as "Nature's Miracle Pet Block Deterrent Spray"? Honestly I would try this as more of a last resort and try the following tips first -2) Block off that area ASAP - put a box, crate, anything! It just needs to be there temporarily to break their habit. 3) You should revisit some potty-training. Have them on a schedule where you are going outside with them first thing in the morning, after coming back from work and before going to bed - all for dogs, either 1 or 2 at a time to make sure they pee outside! If they pee, give a high-value treat (this is called positive reinforcement) every time. After a week weeks, you can start giving treats just occasionally after they go to the bathroom outside. 4) If you have a dog or two that aren't passing the "potty training", crate them when they're not under direct supervision. Of course make the crate a happy and comfortable place for them to be, but they also wont pee in there or have the chance to pee in the spot. Everytime he/she comes out of the crate, they must go straight to the bathroom. If they dont go to the bathroom outside, back into the crate and try again in an hour!5) If one of them really isnt responding - it may be time to take them to the vet and get a check up, bloodwork and urinalysis to make sure the kidneys urogenital system is healthy.