Our Products

Starmark pet products reflect the way dogs learn and have fun. Utilizing the expertise of our Certified Training and Behavior Specialists we create mental stimulation and interactive play toys, training tools, and treats. The hands-on experience combined with vast technical knowledge allows us to bring you useful and unique products, as well as dog training and behavior solutions.

Mental Stimulation

Starmark Mental Stimulation toys help keep pets mentally engaged in an activity they enjoy. They help foster natural hunting and foraging behaviors, and help prevent destructive boredom behaviors. These items can be used with Starmark Treats, or with portions from your dog's regular meal to turn mealtime into playtime.

Treats & Rewards

Starmark Treats are made from natural ingredients without plastics or polymers, and are edible and digestible with an irresistible taste. These treats can be eaten as a snack, or use them inside the Starmark Mental Stimulation toys to create hours of mental and physical stimulation.

Training Tools

The certified professional training and behavior specialists at Starmark Academy develop Starmark's Training Tools. They promote effective communication with your dog, and help you shape desired behaviors. Free online training guides and videos are available for training success.

Interactive Play

Interactive play is important to keep your dog fit physically and mentally. Starmark Interactive Play toys are designed for you and your dog to play together. The DuraFoam toys are made from extremely durable patented foam that is soft and safe on your dog’s teeth and gums. They also float in water for fetching fun at a lake or beach.

What People Are Saying

“It's almost as if Sadie is a completely new dog. Her attention problems have been completley solved thanks to the clicker. We're working with your other products now to keep up these results.”

– Person's Name

Featured Training Tip

Training Tip #5

Jumping up can be annoying and even dangerous behavior. What may be a momentary irritation and an extra trip to the dry cleaner for your adult guests may turn into an injury for elderly guests and could cause a lifelong fear of dogs in children. The key to stopping your dog from jumping up is to be consistent and calm when teaching him a more polite and appropriate way to greet people.

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