I provide step-by-step instructions on how to litter box train a stray cat and explain why this method works.
With the right tools and attitude, you can teach your cat to sit on command. Great for mental stimulation, a cool party trick, and growth in relationship between you and your fluffy friend.
I would not be in favour of de-clawing the kitten, as a cat needs its claws for many purposes other than scratching you and the furniture. However, a cat that has little opportunity to walk on hard surfaces may well need its claws trimmed regularly...
You can teach your cat to talk. If you are looking for information on how to teach your cat to do something truly awesome, this article is for you. Find out more about your cat's verbal communication and how they talk.
Cats are generally fastidious and clean, but what happens if your cat has a problem pooping outside of its litter box?
Love your cat? Consider teaching her to walk on a leash! Your cat will be safer, live longer, and still have her senses simulated by the great outdoors. Step by step instructions for success included!
To help keep your dog's teeth in top shape, it's important that you train your dog to brush his teeth by cooperating. Here are some tips for success from a dog trainer.
Cats are often underestimated when it comes to behavior, simply because the average owner has very little need to attempt any sort of training at all. Unlike with dogs (obedience training for dogs is wel documented) there’s no need to train cats...
Peeing in the house is one of the most common behavioral problems in cats. Learn how to stop it and get your cat back in the litterbox!
Yes—cats can walk on leashes. Training your cat to walk on a leash or harness comes with its advantages. Learn how to acclimate your cat to the process so you can get out there and enjoy nature together.
Wood pellets, sometimes called wood stove fuel pellets or pellet fuel (and brand names like Feline Pine cat litter), can make a great replacement for regular cat litter, and have many advantages over the traditional clay stuff. Why switch over? ...
It is a cat's natural instinct to scratch. Your precious one doesn't care that it's your new couch getting scratched to shreds. There are ways to teach your cat to scratch in more appropriate places.
Believe it or not, you can teach your cat to play fetch. It's not a game reserved just for dogs. Here are 6 easy steps to help you and your pet have fun.