Cats in the wild use marking as a way to communicate with one another. The actual process of marking can take a few different forms from scratching to spraying. A common marking behavior is spraying. Spray is actually created when the cat mixes a small amount of urine with glandular . . . .
When is aggressive behavior too much? House cats, although domesticated versions, are still relatives of the 'big cats'. And with that, still retain some of the aggressive behaviors of larger cats and wild cats.
Cats, like lions, show signs of dominance and territorialism . . . .
|Why Puppy Training?|
Young puppies are veritable behavioral blank slates – curious, malleable, and
learning every second. When owners take advantage of this special time in
their dog’s early life and begin temperament and basic obedience training using
gentle positive reinforcement methods, . . . .