Carrier Train Your Cat
Teach your cat to voluntarily go in the carrier!
Do you have to wrestle your cat into the carrier when it's time to go to the vet? How would you get your cat out of the house in an emergency? At the very least this is stressful, at worst someone gets injured. This course teaches you how to use positive reinforcement methods to get your cat to voluntarily walk into the carrier on cue. You also bond with your cat and start learning clicker training so you can teach more skills on your training journey!
How to Solve Litter Box Aversion
Have you had it up to here with your cat's litter box problems? Don't you wish there was a scientific way to ask your cat exactly what they're looking for in the litter box set up? Aren’t you tired of wasting precious time and money on guessing? This course shows you how to scientifically "ask" your cat what they want by isolating variables. (Don't worry, we also talk about what isolating variables means!) This five week, do-it-yourself program collects valuable data on your cat's needs and preferences. This makes a great science fair project for kids, teens, and homeschoolers! Sometimes the answers even emerge before you finish the project.
First, we'll go over litter box basics. Then we will cover week by week litter type, box type, litter depth, litter brand, and finally box placement. By the end of this course, your cat will have a totally personalized and irresistible litter box experience.
Taught by a cat behavior consultant, this course is as valuable as a $100 consultation. Your instructor not only knows all about cats but has also combated inappropriate elimination with her own companion cats. Bring peace back to your household and stop guessing. Learn what works once and for all.
From Shake Hands to Nail Trims
How a simple shake hands cue can improve nail trimming, grooming, vet appointments, and even adoptions! Learn a positive reinforcement, fear free way to teach your animal to high five or shake hands. Once you've got the basics down, you can learn to shape this behavior into a cooperative way to trim their front nails! No more chasing your animal around the house and holding them against their will for nail trims. They will intentionally choose that they are ready to work with you.