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    24 Things That’ll Actually Help Make Training Your Pet So Much Easier

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    1. A tasty box of Temptations treats so you can reward your cat after they perform their new trick. Customers say their kittens come running as soon as they hear the box shake.

    A reviewers cat next to a box of Temptations treats

    2. A pack of treats to give your pup during training or just when you want to treat them to a yummy snack.

    A pack of Blue Buffalo treats turkey-flavored dog training treats

    3. A bottle of calming chews for the pups who could use a little R&R.

    A reviewers dog lying next to a bottle of Zen Chews

    4. An artificial grass patch because potty training during the harsh winter months can and should be done indoors.

    A dog on an artificial grass patch being used as a training pad outdoors on a patio

    5. A chic training pouch to store all the tasty treats to give your best buddy during your hikes. Bonus: It comes with an attached training clicker to reinforce positive behavior during your adventures outside.

    A reviewer displaying their dog treats training pouch with an attached training clicker

    6. A pack of trusty dog diapers for your new pup who needs a bit of extra support during potty training. Tip: These diapers are also great for dogs in heat, suffering incontinence, have UTIs, or need to cover surgical wounds.

    A reviewers boxer lying on a bed, wearing a washable diaper

    7. 101 Dog Tricks: Step by Step Activities to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Dog, a fun and challenging book of tricks to inspire new dog owners. Have your furry friend fetching, rolling over, high-fiving, and so much more in no time.

    The book

    8. A durable dog pillow that won't tear during a game of tug of war. Exercise and play is crucial for your pup-in-training and this pillow will definitely do the trick.

    A reviewers dog biting on a 10" x 7" durable dog pillow

    9. A plush stuffed pup that's fashioned with a "real-feel" heartbeat and heat-pack to stimulate a calming effect whenever your little one is feeling anxious. Say goodbye to barking during thunderstorms.

    A cute puppy snuggling the plush dog toy with a "real feel" pulsing heartbeat and heat pack that provides relief for anxiety

    10. A peanut butter toy because crate training will be so much smoother if your friend has a tasty treat attached to their home.

    11. An agility training set that'll keep your pup healthy while they master cool, new tricks. Tip: Use treats to reward your dog to maintain consistent, positive behavior.

    A model training her puppy using the interactive agility set in their home

    12. A lick mat to fill with peanut butter, because bath-time can be stressful for some pups. Tip: Put it in the freezer so it takes your dog longer to finish their treat.

    A Golden Retriever licking peanut butter off the treat-dispensing lick mat in the tub

    13. An anti-barking device that'll emit a harmless ultrasonic sound that tells your pup it's time to stop barking. Bonus: It works indoors and outdoors.

    A model with her dog next to the anti-barking device that is safe for both humans and dogs

    14. A pet corrector spray bottle you can easily carry around and use whenever you want to correct your pups bad habits. No more barking at cars, jumping on strangers, or biting at peoples feet.

    A model holding a bottle of Pet Corrector spray in front of their pup

    15. A set of bells for potty training because how cute would it be if your puppy rang the bell every time they needed to go outside?

    A reviewers dog looking at the adjustable doorbell used for potty training

    16. An interactive toy so your pet can flip and lift their way to yummy treats. Reviews say this toy promotes healthy behaviors and reduces anxiety and stress.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the toy

    17. A dog doorbell because we all love our dogs but we don't love their accidents inside the house. Every time your pup rings the bell, treat them with a yummy snack to keep up the great behavior.

    A reviewers dog standing near the dog doorbell attached to the door

    18. A no-pull dog harness that'll prevent your energetic pup from walking you on the street.

    A dog wearing a no-pull harness with an attached leash

    19. A dog crate to furnish with a plush bed so your pup can have a cozy home of their own. Crate training is proven to reduce anxiety in new pups.

    A reviewers dog lying in a bed inside the a black dog crate

    20. A Kong toy that'll satisfy your cute, new puppies teething needs. Save your furniture from bite marks with this fun toy.

    A reviewers puppy playing with the pink Kong toy

    21. A pack of parrot treats so you can reward your feathery friend after they show off their convo skills to your guests.

    A 10oz pack of Kaytee biscuit treats for pet parrots

    22. A Clik-R to press after your dog shows off their new trick at the park. Give your buddy a treat after you click the button to reinforce the awesome behavior (and just to tell them how much you love them).

    A model holding the Click-R while walking their dog

    23. A pack of recordable training buttons so you can finally become like Dr. Doolittle and talk to your pet.

    A dog lying behind the four recordable training buttons

    24. A reusable pee pad so you save money and the environment during potty training.

    A reviewers puppy standing on the reusable, washable, and absorbent pee pad

    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.