STEP 1: Training Your Child Some cats enjoy children, but not all felines can tolerate sticky fingers, rough tugs on the tail, or the general
Housetraining a puppy requires time, vigilance, patience, and commitment. By following this procedure, you can minimize house soiling incidents.
Research has shown that a single hostile encounter between two unfamiliar cats can set the tone for their relationship for a long time to come. To
Whether your new cat is coming from a shelter, a home, an urban street or a country barn, the first twenty-four hours in your home are special and
This was, in part, originally written for a shelter in the Houston area that was regularly presented with unwanted cats due to "allergies." What we
While bringing a new puppy home is exciting, it can also feel overwhelming. Dr. Ian Dunbar’s book outlines common, predictable puppy problems and
Our Behavior team equips each new puppy parent with this book to give them a comprehensive overview of their puppy, including: Development