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Interpet Mikki Dog Training Discs

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£13.00

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Interpet Mikki Dog Training Discs by Mikki

Pack Size: Each
Intended Species: Dogs

The Mikki Training Discs are a great way to teach your dog obedience and commands. The discs can be used to overcome a variety of behaviour problems from aggressive behaviour, excessive barking, to over enthusiastic greeting behaviour. The discs were developed by animal psychologist John Fisher, founder member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. The sound of the discs is used to coincide with unwanted behaviour such as not listening, jumping up, chasing other animals and stealing things. This stops the dog doing what he wants and centres his attention onto you, who can then offer him a more rewarding alternative behaviour to perform.

Back in 1980, the first Mikki product to hit the market was the infamous Mikki Muzzle, this contemporary update on the traditional basket muzzle was loved by dog trainers as it allowed the feeding of treats whilst training – the first muzzle available on the market to do this.
Four years later, Mikki launched it’s first ever range of grooming products – made by groomers, for groomers and since then, Mikki has led the way in developing quality products that really work.
From the very beginning, Mikki has been a firm favourite among professionals and they strive to make professional quality available for everyone. If you’ve got a pet, they’ve got a grooming tool for you!
Training Discs
• Teaches obedience and commands
• Helps deter unwanted behaviour
• Quick, simple, effective and kind
The Mikki Training Discs are a great way to teach your dog obedience and commands.
The discs can be used to overcome a variety of behaviour problems from aggressive behaviour, excessive barking, to over enthusiastic greeting behaviour. The discs were developed by animal psychologist John Fisher, founder member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors.
The sound of the discs is used to coincide with unwanted behaviour such as not listening, jumping up, chasing other animals and stealing things. This stops the dog doing what he wants and centres his attention onto you, who can then offer him a more rewarding alternative behaviour to perform.