DIY Deterrent Spray for Your Pomsky
How to diy deterrent spray for your dog? You can have a Pomsky that ruins your items and furniture and you are unable to find a way to stop it. You can buy a deterrent spray from the pet store but they will finish up quickly. You will have to purchase over and over again and that can be expensive. The solution is to make one at home. Before you use them, you can try other methods and see if the bad habit stops. It is a part of the house training.
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The first part of the training is to include appropriate chewing. There are toys that should attract your Pomsky to chew on it. It should be the perfect size and color. Just be sure that it does not swallow it. Never give it something that is related to things around the house it can chew. You can give an old bag to chew on but it will not comprehend the difference between that one and the new bad you are currently using. The second part of the training is to take away the thing directly away from its mouth and provide it with the chew toy. If it listens to you like an obedient dog and does not cause any disturbance, you should reward it with a treat or praise. In that way, it will learn what to chew and what not to.
If all the training fails, simply make a deterrent at home. Here is what you will need:
· Spray bottle (empty and clean)
· White vinegar
· Lemon juice or apple cider vinegar
Step 1: As you can see above, the first thing is the spray bottle. You have to purchase an empty bottle because if use one you have lying at home it can have toxic chemicals that are leftovers. Buy one with the correct comfortable grip that fits your hand and makes it easy to use. Buy one that can spray at any angle and has a wide mouth so it is easy to fill it up. You cannot risk it by using a bottle that once had something in it.
Step 2: Gather the ingredients. Add 8 ounces of white vinegar and 15 ounces of apple cider vinegar into the bottle. If you do not have apple cider vinegar you have to use the same amount of lemon juice. That is the core ingredient that acts as the repellent. The lemon juice and apple cider vinegar has the ability to create a pungent and sour taste.
Step 3: Start spraying on objects it chews. The taste will fade away after several days so you have to continue with the application. If you are not regular about spraying, the four-legged friend of yours will ruin your valuable things. Including the deterrent spray in the training is a good idea.
• Make sure that your puppy is far away when you are spraying around everywhere. It is dangerous for its eyes even though it is homemade and non-toxic
• Do not apply on its body such as the paws if it chews on them. If it is chewing on its body parts, that means there is a problem and you should consult a vet instead of operating yourself
• The spray is not going to be hundred percent effective for some Pomskies so you have to continue training without it.