How Should Pet Owners Deal With a Jealous Pet?
It’s only natural for pets to pursue (and thoroughly lap up) love and affection from their favorite people. But when their ploys for your attention go from adorable to downright aggressive, it could be a sign that your pet is jealous.
At Ten West Bird & Animal Hospital, we’re happy to help restore harmony in your home if you’re dealing with a jealous pet. As with any behavioral problem, the first step is to schedule an examination so we can rule out medical issues that could be to blame for your pet’s behavior.Continue…
8 Frequently Reported Pet Behavior Problems
Besides the fact that pets are the love of our life and have so many wonderful qualities, there are behaviors that… well, annoy us.
Pet behavior problems are the overwhelming reason why many pets end up in shelters. Behaviors can range from mildly problematic to even dangerous, when there is aggression.Continue…
De-Mystify and Simplify: Housetraining Your Pet Can Be Easy
They may not be using the toilet or picking up their own piles in the backyard, but established pets know exactly when and where to go and don’t often deviate from what’s expected. Few newly adopted pets come equipped with these skills, however, and need to be taught the best bathroom practices.
Housetraining your pet may sound like a lot of work, but when it’s approached the right way it’s actually easy – and fun!Continue…