The Pet Deterrent is an apparatus designed to discourage pets from climbing on furniture or accessing certain areas of a home.
Inventor Robert A. Wymer of Pahrump, NV has created an apparatus designed to discourage pets from climbing on furniture or accessing certain areas of a home.
While some pets are allowed access to furniture, many are not. Some pets are allowed access to only certain pieces of furniture, which can confuse them. Other pets are confined to certain rooms, or are kept out of certain rooms at specific times. All of this can be difficult for the pet to learn and can also be aggravating for the owner to teach. Inventor Wymer has created a means by which a pet can be easily taught to avoid certain pieces of furniture or certain areas of a home.
This clever new invention is for use with cats, dogs, and similar pets. It helps reinforce good training and helps break bad habits. The device actives when a pet steps on it. It will not hurt the pet. It is great for when moving to a new home. The use of the Pet Deterrent provides pet owners a means of discouraging pets to stay away from certain areas of a home in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.