Training&Behavior

Did you know that chewing has a number of benefits for your dog’s health and wellbeing? We cover what they are and how we can encourage this natural behavior. For dogs chewing is a natural stress-busting activity. Chewing leads to the release of calming hormones, so simply put, chewing makes…

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Moving house can be stressful for everyone and your furry family members are not immune to all the uncertainty, the changes in routine and the upheaval. For cats all that packing, the routine changes, and those strange new smells at your new house are reasons enough for stress. Combine that…

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Does your cat have litter box issues, or are you getting a new kitten? If you answered “Yes” to either question then this article on litter box training is for you. Kittens are Copy Cats It’s amazing that kittens are as clean as they are. Contrast a kitten with a…

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Barking is a natural form of communication for dogs and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Identifying why your dog barks goes some way towards finding a way to restore quiet. Barking is completely normal dog behavior and stopping nuisance barking will not mean your dog won’t bark at all. They…

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Catch the ball, kitty! Fetch the newspaper, kitty! Snag the Frisbee, kitty! Those aren’t commands you’re likely to be issuing to your cat anytime soon – at least not with any success. Cats aren’t exactly receptive to that kind of training. But that doesn’t mean you can’t train your cat at all. You…

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