Suggested Use

Shake well before using.

Training Tips:
Training time will vary with individual dogs. Training is about consistency and positive reinforcement. When your puppy eliminates, praise him. If you catch him eliminating in a non-preferred area, quickly pick him up and calmly say, “no”, then take him to the preferred area. When finished, praise him.

For Use Indoors:
Determine a preferred place for your puppy to urinate. For best results while training, do not change the designated area. If using puppy pads or artificial turf, lightly spray each item.

For Use Outdoors:
Whether you are transitioning your puppy from indoors to outdoors or just teaching your dog to use a specific outdoor area, simply spray the designated area. Take your pet to the treated spot and allow him to sniff and become familiar with the new area. Continue the training process especially after your pet has eaten or slept. Reapply as needed.

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