CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORIES USING PAWS2GO
When we first got our dog Toby, he was a puppy and not house trained. Shortly after that, we were approached by Ken and Wendy with something they were working on. It was called “Paws2Go” and it was a device to house train your dog. Well, we were at the point that we were ready to try anything. Little did we realize how easy it was going to be after that. The Paws2Go allowed us to record the message both we and Toby would hear in our own voice. A week or so of training him to touch the top of the device with his paw and then opening the door to take him outside and that was it. He soon figured out that if he needed to go outside that was all he had to do. He also figured out if he wanted to go outside and play, it worked for that too. I suppose that’s the downside of having a really smart dog.
When they told us there was an updated model, complete with Bluetooth and a smartphone app, we were ready and willing to try that out. What’s amazing about that is, if you are in the basement and Toby needs out, he steps on the Paws2Go and my phone gets a notification. What a lifesaver that was. Another great thing about the Paws2Go is that the battery lasts a long time. We have changed it once in a year and a half. We also take it with us when we travel. When we arrive at our destination, all we do is set it by the door and show him where it is. That’s really all it takes.
Paws2Go is really a great tool for training your dog. All our friends are amazed by it and how well it works. I highly recommend Paws2Go for anyone trying to house train their dog.
-David Fowler & Toby
I was a little skeptical of whether our puppy would be able to use the paws2go since she was terrified of the hanging bell system we tried first. It took her one treat placed on it to figure out how to use it and she has been using it ever since. We love that you can record any sound you would like. We used a voice recording at first and then changed it to a ring tone. I would highly recommend the paws2go!! In the time we have been using the paws2go, our dog has never had an accident in the house because she always has a way to alert us she needs to go out.
-Beth & Lucy
When our son asked for a puppy my first thought, “no way”, potty training a puppy is the worst. However, one look into those big chocolate puppy eyes and I was hooked. Now onto the dreaded potty training. Winston was just shy of 3 months old when we got him and had been born and kept in a horse barn. He doesn’t bark and with where he was raised he would go where he wanted, when he wanted. I was in for a challenge. I knew I didn’t want to use a bell as I didn’t want him leaving scratch marks or dirty paw marks on the door and you can’t always hear those throughout the house. What I needed was a Paws2Go. I was amazed at how easy it was, not only to set up but to train Winston. Put the batteries in, make a recording of anything and set it by a door of your choice. I set ours by the front door and initially recorded my voice praising him. Every time we took him outside we would stop by the Paws2Go, press his little paw on it, give him big praises, take him outside and praise him some more. Within 2 days, yes that’s right 2 days, he was recognizing what to do with the Paws2Go. Within a week he totally had it down and was potty trained. I couldn’t have been happier. When he got a little older we moved the Paws2Go to our back sliding door and have recorded many different songs and sounds. Our son loves to change it up. We don’t have the version with blue tooth capabilities so when making the recording we choose how loud or soft to make it, to hear throughout our home. No matter where we place the Paws2Go or what’s recorded on it, Winston has never waivered and knows exactly what it’s for. Being portable It’s perfect to take anywhere. Paws2Go is a high quality product, that’s easy to wipe off and has held up perfectly to Winston, a large breed golden doodle. I would highly recommend Paws2Go.
-Cynthia and Winston
Our Gooldendoodle Buckeye uses his Paws2Go all the time. At first Buckeye was afraid of it so we re-recorded OHIO State fight song at a lower volume. Now we have it recorded at a higher volume so we can hear it when we are anywhere in the house. After I spent some time working with him to activate Paws2Go, he essentially picked it up on his own. It’s not too big to be in the way and built to take the traffic by the door.