Not all barking is the same. Different sounding barks communicate different emotions and needs. If you’re trying to reduce the barking, recognizing what your dog is telling you is crucial. I’ll start with one that says your dog is excited.
Then, why do women sometimes have a harder time getting their dogs to obey them compared to men? Listen as Camilla Gray-Nelson, author of Lipstick and the Leash: Dog Training a Woman’s Way (http://lipstickandtheleash.com/), explains the answer and tells you how to get control.
Next, if your cat is peeing outside its box, it might not like the brand of kitty litter you are buying. I’ll tell you the signs that indicate this may be the issue.
Resources for this Episode:Source for segment about barking: Barking: The Sound of a Language, by Turid Rugass (https://www.dogwise.com/barking-the-sound-of-a-language/)Camilla Gray-Nelson’s websites:Dairy Dell Doggy Dude Ranch and Training CenterCamilla's Blog: Dog Talk DivaLink to order her book, Lipstick and The LeashFind the full-show notes for this episode at www.raisingyourpaws.com (http://raisingyourpaws.com/2018/03/why-you-dont-have-to-toilet-train-your-cat/)
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