TrainAway Noise Phobia With The Click Of A Button!
TrainAway is designed to prevent, reduce or eliminate negative animal behaviors that are triggered by sound. Users choose one of nearly 100 professionally recorded sounds, such as doorbells, fireworks, thunder, footsteps, and more. The app will play the sounds in a semi-random pattern, dictated by the user’s settings and the apps built-in safeguards, at low volumes so the dog does not experience stress. Over time, the fearful dog will become desensitized to the sounds that previously triggered a negative reaction.
TrainAway can help with:
Introductions between dogs and babies – Use TrainAway to desensitize your dog for the sounds that come with a newborn before you bring your baby home.
Calming dogs scared of thunder –Help prepare your dogs for the upcoming storm season. Simulate the sounds on a loudspeaker with base and counter condition with treats for best results. Consider combining with a Thundershirt, Thunder Jacket or a dog anxiety vest.
Stop Dog Barking – How to stop a dog from barking starts with why the dog is barking. If the dog is barking because it hears something like a doorbell, a truck approaching or footsteps walking past TrainAway can help! If it’s because they see someone outside we can’t help but maybe a noise brought them to the window to investigate?
Puppy Training 101 – Socialization and Exposure – Why not stop a noise phobia from developing in the first place? The TrainAway dog training app is a great tool for exposing your young pup to new sounds in a calm and slow manner to prevent phobias from ever developing!
There are plenty of dog training apps or dog apps out there but only TrainAway can do the training for you. Our patented system works to alleviate everyday stress for your dog which in turn alleviates stress from your day.
Don’t take our word for it, see what others are saying #TrainAway_ADT and check out the TrainAway Dog Training App – 4+ star ratings on Android and Apple!
Brock has struggled with severe anxiety since we rescued him- one of them being noise anxiety. I had no idea how to even start to help Brock’s noise anxiety because the sounds are so random, and noise anxiety is difficult to fix without making the dog even more anxious. … We are already seeing him not react nearly as much as he was before. Thank you to @trainaway_adt”
Have you heard about this new great app called Trainaway?!?! If you are like me and have fear of certain noises this app can help better train your furkids to be better prepared and calmer in those situations! It helped me feel less scared of noisy cars outside!
Check out this cool new app that @trainaway_adt developed. It helps with desensitizing noises that trigger your pup!
It works … and you can record your own trigger noises!
Over the last two weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to test this new app from @trainaway_adt 💙💚 ADT stands for automatic dog training and it’s the coolest thing because it’s EFFORTLESS. Literally. This app plays sounds that your dog reacts to at set intervals for a set amount of time to expose them to the sound and trainAway their reactions.
So what’s this cool app? Trainaway app! It has a ton of noises that make all of us doggies bark. Get this app to play the noises in the background over time those noises won’t make you bark anymore! Desensitize yourself to those bothersome noises to stop bugging your parents!
This app is seriously genius! Does your dog go nuts barking at the doorbell? Or petrified of thunder? I would highly suggest @trainaway_adt! ✔️🔊TrainAway is an automated dog training tool that uses patented technology to desensitize your dogs to sound that cause them stress, such as thunder, fireworks, door sounds and even vacuums.
Showing my mom my teeth and not barking at passerby’s thanks to #trainaway_adt and #pupfluencer
Excited to say that Biggby (and I) were selected to review the TrainAway app!
Those of you who know me in real life know that I’m an LVT and am very passionate about dog behavior and training….and I’m very excited to see what this App has to offer. From what I’ve heard, it offers some modern/unique ways to help with desensitization and counterconditioning (including recordings of plenty of stress-inducing sounds such as doorbells, babies, etc) and even allows you to record your own sounds. I’m hoping this will help B with some of his own issues!! Stay tuned for updates. 🐕
Thank you @pupfluence and @trainaway_adt for this opportunity!
My parents give this app a 5-star rating – but I, on the other hand, will most likely throw a 5-star pout because I’ve learned not to bark or run to the door when I hear a knock
Check out this cool training app from @trainaway_ADT. It helps desensitize me from loud noises. Mom is thrilled that I am much calmer now when I hear certain sounds.
Do you all know what day it is? IT’S T(O)T!💖 And by that I mean TRAIN AWAY TUESDAY! ✨ Did you know what @trainaway_adt is? No? Okay, let me tell you! It’s the BEST dog training app EVER! ✨ I used to be scared at all kinds of noises, doorbells/thunder. You name it. This app has helped me overcome ALL of it! Want to find out how? Check them out on IG and on the App Store: @trainaway_adt 💖 Thanks @pupfluence for such an AMAZING experience! 🌸
As a typical shar-pei I’m not afraid of the common noises as the “other” dogs. I’m ok with the fireworks, with the thunder but can’t put up with the yellow buses or with trash bag…🙈🙉 This Trainaway app has collected several sounds to train away dogs fears in a safe way.
Baxter is super sensitive to the sound of gunshots, which is a bit of a struggle for us since we live on a hunting ranch. This app gave me a way to control the volume of the prerecorded rifle and shotgun sounds so that it was right at his threshold and then allowed me to play the sound as often as I wanted at that level so I could reward him for reacting appropriately. After about two weeks of doing this semi-regularly and slowly increasing the volume, I’ve definitely noticed a difference in how he reacts to real life gunshots. Instead of shaking and cowering he will come close and look to me (since he is so used to getting treats when he hears that sound). He’s definitely still nervous, but he isn’t shutting down.