Our ultrasonic devices are safe to use long-term and cause no negative side effects or hearing damage to pets or people. Our outdoor deterrents are specially created for outside use, and the indoor deterrent is most effective when used inside. Sound travels and bounces differently indoors and outdoors, so the technology is different in each product.
Bitter Flavor Sprays and other Taste Deterrents for Pets - Pets WebMD
The present invention describes a pet deterrent device (herein described as the “apparatus”) 10 that is well-suited to discourage animals 110 from climbing on furniture 100 or accessing certain areas of a home. The apparatus 10 is mostly intended to frighten an animal 110. However should the animal 110 step upon or otherwise contact the apparatus 10 a large padded arm 60 will swing toward and contacting the animal 110 with a force insufficient to harm the animal 110 but sufficient to focus their attention. While the apparatus 10 can be used at any of a variety of restricted surfaces and areas, it is viewed as being especially useful around and upon furniture 100 such as cushions 105.
PetSafe Electronic Indoor & Outdoor Pet Deterrent Systems.
Still referring to the alternative pet deterrent device, in practice the arm frame is at least partially padded and the actuating platform is attached to the platform frame by a plurality of clips. Beneficially those clips are integrally-molded as part of the actuating platform. The clips enable removing the actuating platform from the platform frame.
Pet Deterrent - Keep Them Away From Those Off Limits Areas: 5 Steps
[…] Spray, Peppermint Ant Deterrent Spray, Peppermint Foaming Hand Soap, DIY Odor Neutralizing Spray, DIY Cat Deterrent Spray, DIY Dog Deterrent Spray, Homemade Carpet Deodorizing Sprinkle, How to Easily Remove Stickers and […]This dog deterrent spray comes in two styles and sizes – the bigger size is made with a belt clip, while the smaller size has a keychain ring. This spray from SABRE contains natural pepper, which deters and interrupts a dog and is safe to both humans and pets. It causes no long-lasting injury or adverse effect. You want to keep your pet protected, and you also want to keep him out of trouble. Pet proofing lets you safely and easily train your pet to stay away from pet-free zones. Place the deterrent where you don’t want your pet to go. When your pet approaches, he'll receive a safe, harmless correction reminding him to stay away. Choose from sprays, wireless barriers, or static mats to prevent your pet from:While hot peppers and vinegar are the most commonly used and recommended homemade, natural deterrents, a few other products also make the cut. Garlic oil, lavender, citronella and lemon juice are all natural products that have either scents or tastes that dogs find offensive. Again, no product works for every dog and you may have to try a few different things before finding the right product. Several natural products are also commercially available at hardware stores, pet stores and garden centers.