Cat Tricks: Tricks to Teach Your Feline That Can Help You Bond Together
fatin・October 07, 2021
See how you can train your cats to keep them stimulated, motivated, engaged and happy.
Does Crate Training help dogs with Separation Anxiety? Read this article to find out.
fatin・July 08, 2021
In order to help pawrents whose dogs may suffer from separation anxiety, we reached out to Qiu Li, AKA @tarothetoastie, to learn more about crate training.
Important things to know before getting a pet
Pawjourr・April 15, 2021
Pawjourr aims to be the number one pet parenting platform for pet owners to find advice and products/services that best suit their pets. However, we also aim to help future or expectant pet owners in deciding whether they should get a pet, and what comes with it.
Don’t touch my dog, unless you asked.
Pawsanova / Kobe.sg・March 20, 2021
Now, today, I want to talk about enthusiastic dog lovers/owners; not the ones that’s afraid. So with the utmost respect, I say this on behalf of most dog owners, particularly owners that’s struggling or value dog training: don’t touch our dog without our permission. 1. Don’t bend down to stroke my dog. 2. Don’t call […]
5 Puppy Behaviors to Nip in the Bud (And Other Pertinent Puppy Tips!)
Pawjourr・March 17, 2021
This content was originally found on lombardvet.com, and the original article can be found here. From puppy breath and snuggle seshes to silly selfies and watching them fall asleep right in their food bowls, puppies are, quite frankly, perfection. As veterinarians, however, we always want to make sure that anyone considering taking the puppy plunge […]
Looking for a trainer? Start here
Pawjourr・March 09, 2021
If you’re looking for a trainer for your furkid, there are a few things you need to consider – What category of training are you looking for There is a variety of training available – puppy training, basic obedience training, behaviour modification etc. Before selecting a trainer, know what type of training you are looking […]
#Puppyhood Training Treats
Jane Peh・March 09, 2021
Hands up if your puppy works for the food, because mine definitely does 🙋🏻♀️ Training is essential because it sets the foundation for puppies on how to act when they become an adult — especially if you have a husky like me (who is going to grow up to 35kg in the future), it’s definitely […]
Separation Anxiety Dog Training – Training Them to be Alone
Pawjourr・March 08, 2021
Article originally published on SitStay. Refer to the original article here. Article written by Jessica Mabie. What is Separation Anxiety? Dogs with separation anxiety experience stress, confusion, and tension. Separation anxiety manifests when a dog is insecure when left alone and is separated from their human. There are varying separation anxiety levels that dogs can experience, from […]
Raising Your Puppy: 6 Tips To Help With Housetraining
Pawjourr・March 08, 2021
This content was found on dogtime.com, and the original article can be found here. Few things can put a damper on the joy of bringing a new puppy into your home than unwanted accidents. If you are looking for ways to housetrain your puppy, you are not alone. There are lots of ways to potty […]
How to Train Your Puppy to Go on Potty Pads
Pawjourr・March 08, 2021
Article originally published on TheSprucePets. Written by Adrienne Kruzer. Refer to the original article here. For more information, feel free to check out this comprehensive guide on indoor potty training here. Potty training a new puppy can be difficult if you don’t know what to do, but there are several aids you can use to help your puppy go […]
How to Stop Chewing in Puppies
Pawjourr・February 23, 2021
Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Amy Bender. Refer to the original article here. For puppies, the entire world is a chew toy. Puppies, like babies, explore the world with their mouths. Unfortunately, their explorations are not limited to their own toys. Your shoes, furniture, children’s toys, and anything else lying around your house […]
Why Is My Cat Eating Litter?
Pawjourr・February 11, 2021
Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Sally Bahner. Refer to the original article here. Cats may eat litter—and other undesirable materials—for a variety of reasons. This behavior is referred to as pica, the eating of non-food items. Pica has a variety of causes and may stem from a mom abandoning her kittens, which can […]
What is resource guarding and how to overcome it?
Pawsanova / Kobe.sg・January 21, 2021
For people that know me personally. I am very candid and transparent about my dog’s (Kobe) behaviour. I often tell people not to do certain things because my dog might or will become aggressive. Although I might sound rude and too straightforward sometimes, my intentions are good, because it’s for the benefit of the dog and the human.
Am I a victim of Kobe’s aggression? The answer is yes. I often tell myself that I would rather he bite me, than anyone else gets hurt.
Is it too late for crate training? And how?
Pawsanova / Kobe.sg・January 05, 2021
If you’re wondering what is crate training and why is it important, you can refer to the link below: So commonly when we adopt an older dog, we will often wonder if it is still necessary to crate train? Of course Puppy guardians will find the crate more useful for training purposes than the guardians […]
Why did I choose Choke Chain instead of R+ Training?
Pawsanova / Kobe.sg・November 17, 2020
Learn about the various kinds of dog training techniques, and which one best suits you and your pup.
3 simple ways to keep your mojo when you’re training your dog
theroyaltail・October 29, 2020
Are you goal centered or growth centered? Knowing the difference can help you stay on course to work through difficult times.
How I Deal with Frustration when I don’t see Results?
theroyaltail・October 19, 2020
Every dog owner faces a point where we are frustrated because our training doesn’t yield us results. Here are 5 principles that I employ to keep me focused on what’s important.
Why do we use e-collar on Porkchop
punggolporkchop・October 09, 2020
In our previous article, we mentioned about the arduous journey that we took to tackle Porkchop’s excessive barking. We tried various methods and finally settled on using e-collars. With all the commotion going around about e-collar bans, we thought that this would be a good time to share our reasons on why we continued using the e-collar and our experience using it as part of the training. (we said part because you will know when you read more below)
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