Pet Video Training Library: Teach A Cat To “Stay”

Welcome to Lincoln Pet Culture’s pet video training library! Each month, we’ll post a video that teaches you to train your cat to perform a particular skill. Although cats and dogs do learn differently, most of the time these lessons can also be used to train a dog. After watching this video, if you need more help, please email us at: allisontalkspets@gmail.com “Stay” is an important but sometimes overlooked command. It could keep your pet from darting out the door or after another animal and it can keep your pet from jumping on guests or begging at the table. Here’s … Continue reading Pet Video Training Library: Teach A Cat To “Stay”

Pet Video Training Library: Teach A Cat To “Sit”

Welcome to Lincoln Pet Culture’s pet video training library! Each month, we’ll post a video that teaches you to train your cat to perform a particular skill. Although cats and dogs do learn differently, most of the time these lessons can also be used to train a dog. After watching this video, if you need more help, please email us at: allisontalkspets@gmail.com “Sit” is perhaps the easiest command for a cat to learn. Here’s how to teach it: PART ONE Sit or kneel in front of your pet. (Sit far enough away that your cat will not paw at you … Continue reading Pet Video Training Library: Teach A Cat To “Sit”

Pet Video Training Library: Teach A Cat To “Come”

Welcome to Lincoln Pet Culture’s pet video training library! Each month, we’ll post a video that teaches you to train your cat to perform a particular skill. Although cats and dogs do learn differently, most of the time these lessons can also be used to train a dog. After watching this video, if you need more help, please email us at: allisontalkspets@gmail.com “Come” is the one command that could save your pet’s life. Here’s how to teach it. PART ONE Sit near your pet. Show her a treat. When she focuses on the treat, praise her. Wait for her to … Continue reading Pet Video Training Library: Teach A Cat To “Come”

Low-Cost Fun for Cats

Enrichment for cats makes their living space more interesting and enhances their quality of life. It’s beneficial because it stimulates their mind and even their body. In doing so, it also wards off boredom that can lead to bad behavior and obesity. Enrichment can be one of the most fun parts of being a pet owner. Many pet owners enjoy dreaming up new ways to engage their pets and seeing the reactions of their pets.  What follows are examples from pet owners whom I interviewed online about low-cost pet enrichment they have provided their cats. DISCLAIMER: All information is this … Continue reading Low-Cost Fun for Cats