What is Enrichment, and why is it important? Behavioral Enrichment includes any additions to an animal’s environment with which the animal
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In this resource, Jackson Galaxy describes the stressors that cats experience, and what we can do to help them work through them. Click to
You're relaxing on the sofa reading the paper when your dog bumps your leg to get your attention. You ignore him so he plops his ball in your
Dr. Ian Dunbar covers the reasons dogs bark, and how to reduce the frequency of barking and how to train your dog to bark on cue. Some dogs get
Dr. Ian Dunbar covers the reasons dogs dig, and how to redirect undesirable digging activities to more desirable areas/pursuits. Dogs dig to bury
Chewing is essential for maintaining the health of your dog's teeth, jaws, and gums. Puppies especially have a strong need to chew to relieve the
Dr. Lore I. Haug with Texas Veterinary Behavior Services shares some cat environmental enrichment suggestions. Enrichment for cats can help keep them