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Gift the Gift of Camp PetChatz

Join this thunderclap to give the gift of Camp PetChatz. One lucky participant will be selected randomly to win the complete Camp PetChatz experience. Included is a PetChatz HD, PawCall, two FREE months of DOGTV and a PetChatz t-shirt!  Give the gift to your local dog shelter, wife, husband, fur baby, mom, dad or even co-worker. You will give the gift of a full day of entertainment, connection, and interaction.   Welcome to Camp PetChatz® – Digital Daycare for your Home Alone Dog and Cat No daily/weekly rates Easy set-up in your home All-day mental stimulation with brain games for your fur baby Fully customized to your [...]

A Women’s Way of Parenting A Dog

Have you ever been told you’re not “Alpha” or dominant enough? Are you facing challenges with parenting you dog? You don’t need to change to parent a great dog, there is another way. We’ve heard variations of this from many women over the years. Whether your dog pulls on the leash, plays inappropriately with you or other dogs, jumps up on the kitchen countertops or is showing displays of growling, snapping or biting. All these problems are related to your dog being dominant or your failure to be Alpha. We want EVERY woman to know, you DON’T have to be Alpha [...]

What is the importance of the ring tone at the beginning and end of a chat?

The PetChatz ring tone is a unique sound that your pet will associate with great things that are about to happen (i.e. hear you, see you, and comforting scents and treats delivered). Your pet learns when they hear that sound, they will get a reward and this will be a fun experience they will not want to miss. (more…)

What if my pet doesn’t come to PetChatz when I call?

Using the power of association, PetChatz® quickly comes to mean great things to your dog! Training your pet to come to PetChatz when you call is a simple process illustrated in the PetChatz training video. With just a few training steps, your pet will come running to PetChatz – just like they come running to you at the end of the day.