Backed by science.
Our behavior team uses training techniques that align with LIMA (least intrusive, minimally aversive) standards. These are not only proven to be the most humane, but they are also the most effective. When we take an evidence-based approach to our work, we are able to track our results and to have a clear way to measure our impact. That ripples out to everything that we do.
Click here to check out our behavior resource library. We have a database of practical information — on everything from litterbox issues to food guarding to inappropriate elimination to crate training.
We also have a list of trainers in the Houston area that we really like. You could check them out as well.
Need help with training? Reach out!
You can use this form to request a behavior consult from our team of CPDT-KA/CPDT-KSA trainers. We’ll check out what you’re dealing with and get back to you as soon as we can.
All of our trainers follow a “LIMA” (Least Intrusive, Minimally Aversive) approach for training. That means we will never endorse the use of shock in training.
Training Resource Highlights
The opportunity to solve problems, use cognitive skills and focus energy contributes to an animal’s well-being, reducing the likelihood of undesired behaviors.
Learn the basics of Cat Training with our Behavior & Training Manager, Melissa Taylor.
Cat and dogs trainers in the Houston area who can help you with your pets.
Jackson Galaxy describes the stressors that cats experience, and what we can do to help them work through them.
A way of living with your dog that will help him behave better because he trusts and accepts you as his leader and is confident knowing his place in the family.
Bringing a new cat home can be stressful – follow these steps to make sure it’s a success!