Have you noticed that when a few dogs are walking or playing together, if one pees or marks a spot outside, than the other dogs will come over and mark the same spot? Why do dogs do this? I’ll explain how this is serious business in the canine world.
Next, talking to dog trainer, Katie-K-9 about dog crates, find out the answers to what the best kind of crate to get is, wire or plastic, what you can do to help your dog enjoy their time in the crate, and how to know when it’s time for the dog to be left out of the crate at home alone.
If you live with multiple cats and have had one cat suddenly become aggressive with or bully another cat, there are two surprising causes you’ll want to know about. One type of aggression has to with the cat who had simply been sitting and looking out the window and the other may happen when one cat comes home from the vet. I’ll explain the reasons these things can provoke aggression and how to fix it.
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Additional Resources for the Show.
Amazon link to the source for the story about dog’s marking behavior. “Why Does My Dog Do That” by Sophie Collins. (https://www.amazon.com/Why-Does-Dog-That-Comprehensive-ebook/dp/B00LAEQKKY/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=why+dogs+do+that&qid=1569257325&s=gateway&sr=8-3)
Katie K-9’s Website. (http://www.ktk9.com/)
Listen to Katie K-9’s shows on demand. (https://www.mytalk1071.com/katie-k9-ondemand/)
Amazon link to the source for the story about reasons for aggression in cats. “Cat Wise” by Pam Johnson-Bennett (https://www.amazon.com/CatWise-Americas-Favorite-Behavior-Questions/dp/0143129562/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Cat+wise&qid=1569257381&s=gateway&sr=8-1)