The No Brainer Tether Trainer System
simple device = profound results
Want the easiest, fastest way to a well behaved dog? You’re looking at it now. No, not this web page…the No Brainer Tether Trainer System!
You’ve probably heard it before, but I’ll say it again here… having a well behaved dog is really and truly no harder than simply ignoring the behavior you don’t want and paying attention to the behavior you do want.
Oh…but I guess it can be a bit difficult to ignore Fido when he’s peeing in the living room, knocking Grandpa over, and trying to lick your guest’s eyeballs. Hmmm, if only there was a tool for that….
Ta-da! Yup, you guessed it…The No Brainer Tether Trainer.
The No Brainer Tether Trainer is the perfect temporary tool to allow your dog or puppy to be with the family and part of the action yet still be under control while you teach him or her good manners!
ORDER NOW or read on to see just how many ways this is going to make your life easier!
MULTIPLE ATTACHMENT OPTIONS
The No Brainer Tether Trainer is designed to be highly portable, so the dog can travel with you wherever you might be working or relaxing within the house or when driving in the car.
You have the option of attaching the tether to a piece of furniture that will hold the weight of the dog. Or sliding the tether under a door and using the closed door to secure him (you can loop the other end around a wooden dowel or even a roll of toilet paper!)
Or for larger dogs, you can use the included hardware to attach the tether to a stud in the wall. In the car the tether easily attaches to child car seat anchors.
I recommend having a tether attachment point in every room! You can then use a single tether to go from room to room or from house to car.
INTRODUCING NEW PETS
The No Brainer Tether Trainer System Includes:
- Black, PVC coated CHEW-PROOF indoor tether with two swivel snap hooks
- Professionally machine crimped for strength and durability
- Wall mount attachment with face plate cover (included for Medium and Large dogs)
- Illustrated User Guide