#1 Convert Your Cat’s Porta Potty Into A Ritz Bathroom
SWITCH OUT YOUR OLD LITTERBOXES FOR NEW ONES
Even the “jumbo” sized litterboxes are too small for cats! Click here to find out more about how to give your cat the 5 star litterbox that he desires.
#2 Step Back to Move Your Pet Forward
GIVE YOUR PET A PLACE TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL
If your dog or cat is worried about people, places, things or sounds, avoid those things as much as you can by creating a sanctuary space for your pet. Your dog or cat doesn’t have to meet every person or endure every event. Avoiding what scares your fur baby is perfectly OK and you both will be happier for it.
Sanctuary spaces should be comfortable and your pet should feel safe and relaxed there. Closets, crates, bedrooms and sunrooms work well, but any space that your pet likes will do.
#3 Take a Class With Your Dog
CLASSES AREN’T ONLY ABOUT OBEDIENCE
Classes bond you to your dog and give him much needed enrichment. Have a reactive dog? No worries, classes like nosework where one dog is working at a time are perfect for worried, fearful, overexcited or reactive dogs. Also, you and your dog can take most classes online!
If your dog is ready for a class with other dogs, try trick training, treiball, and flyball classes to stregthen your bond with your dog, enrich your dog’s life, reduce stress for both of you and burn off your dog’s excess energy.