I like: Chewy Vuitton Dog Toy

Chewy Vuitton Dog Toy

I like: Chewy Vuitton Dog Toy
Dog Toy. Now your pooch can be just as stylish as you, with our Chewy Dog Toy. Made of soft plush, this designer purse-inspired toy features colorful symbols and a bow. Squeaker inside for added fun. Pets should be supervised when playing with toys as no toy is completely indestructible. Sizing: S: 4in. L: 6in.
List Price: $ 15.00
Price: $ 12.50

Anything is possible with a positive approach. In this tutorial, find out how you can train your dog to close doors on cue. Let me know what you think! I’m making a new dog training video every week! So be sure to subscribe if you want to see more!
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Question by not_omniscient_enough: Do any work? Worth a crap?
I have read the glowing review on the 300 dollar model at Petsmart. The 3 negative reviews just say that the item is junk. The super positive reviews appear to be bogus to me. They sound someone from the company is writing them.
the reason I would want the electronic one would be for better efficiency (on the electric bill) and to keep critters out.. we have an opossum that lives behind the neighbor’s shed.

Best answer:

Answer by Caroline L
I have a regular dog door and my dog think it’s the best thing since treats. She is in and out all day. She patrols the yard then comes in for a nap. I wouldn’t get the electric one because I would be worried it would crap out on me and then I would be stuck with a POS.

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Comments

    • princesskam1
    • October 11, 2012

    i’ve never used an electronic one… i have a regular one that you like put in by the sliding glass doorand then we have this thing that you can slide in front of it so he can’t get in/out when we don’t want him to…

    • jessica j
    • October 11, 2012

    the electiric ones usually dont work. i wouldnt risk 300 $ and i would get a regular doggy door thats cheaper. it works fine with me and it helps my dog learn too and my dog is perfectly fine with going out and in side now instead of scratching on the door for me to let her out.

    Hope this helps, 8D

    • intheend70
    • October 11, 2012

    try getting your dog to stop snatching its rewards, as every time you give it a treat your not just rewarding it for what ever trick you have been teaching it to do but your also rewarding it for snapping at food

    • hermiterasmus
    • October 11, 2012

    Hi! It seems that you know very well what you do! How long it takes to teach a dog to close the door with this system?

    • SimpleZealot
    • October 11, 2012

    Is there a “best” time of the day to train your dog? Also, should a dog be more on the hungry side in order to be more motivated to go after the treat? By the way, I think you’re an excellent trainer. Don’t let the crap people put on comments discourage you from helping people like me who truly want to learn something valuable.

    • achfearamhain
    • October 11, 2012

    Where do you get the clicky things?

    • lemurfan123
    • October 11, 2012

    Get them online or at a pet store in the dog section where all the leashes and training supplies are.

    • Harry Taylor
    • October 11, 2012

    Can u do a video of how to get your dog to fetch a toy and bring it back to u

    • Dieter Ceyssens
    • October 11, 2012

    Thanks for the video. I was able the teach my American Stafford this trick in 3 days!
    Amazing!

    • GirlScoutCookies100
    • October 11, 2012

    Just make sure the dog is big enough to push it, and not fall under it.

    • eLuZive MaRiio
    • October 11, 2012

    I don’t even have a dog, But it’s really awesome to watch! Ahahaha

    • tyler tran
    • October 11, 2012

    earn her trust? maybe there’s a wall you need to break down. if clickers don’t work, use marker words instead such as “yes” or “good”.

    • gigixoxo7653
    • October 11, 2012

    make a video of the most coolest thing your dog can ever do

    • achfearamhain
    • October 11, 2012

    They aren’t super expensive are they?

    • ashleylovesblaster
    • October 11, 2012

    Could I find a dog clicker at my local pet smart

    • lemurfan123
    • October 11, 2012

    Not at all ?

    • Kelsey Odgers
    • October 11, 2012

    now can she open a door because my dog can at 9 months old ?

    • achfearamhain
    • October 11, 2012

    Right on.Will definitely get one when I get a dog that isn’t a lazy ass.

    • Breanna Horsebuddies
    • October 11, 2012

    Hiya! I have a 2 year-old , english springer spaniel. He has learnt a few tricks.. (sit, lie down, paw, high five, stay, and balance a treat on his nose) So I thought it would be so cool to teach him this trick! But, I have been through the stages and when it comes to putting the postit’ note on the door.. he doesn’t push the door, he just sniffs it! Have I done something wrong? Have you got any idea’s how I can get him to push the door? Thanks, Breanna.

    • James Robertson
    • October 11, 2012

    i was thinking just that :/

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