Raising your paws is the go-to resource for both cat and dog pet parents. Each episode will offer you quick tips, practical solutions and insights from leading authors and experts that will help you increase your skills, feel more in control, save time, and give you the confidence to know what to do, in caring for the furry, four-legged members of your family.
Living with a Deaf dog & Why Your Neutered Male Cat May Still Spray in the House
A great resource if your dog is losing its hearing or is deaf, why neutered male cats may start spraying in the house, and an update about Rosy’s health condition (podcast host’s dog.)
Three Reasons Dogs Benefit From Day Care & A Dog and Cat that Cheated Death.
Where the word “pet” comes from, the top three benefits of dog daycare, and stories about a dog and cat that cheated death.
How To Lessen Dog’s and Cat’s Stress & The Best Game to Play with Your Dog
Why cat’s eyes are so hard to photograph, how to lessen your pet’s stress, and the best game to play with a dog.
Solve Common Cat Behavior Problems & Should a Dog Be “Heeling” or Not When Walking
Stories of postal working dogs, how to solve common cat behavior problems, and the question about walking the dog, to heel or not to heel
102 - Teach The New Kitten to Like their Cat Carrier & Why Ditching the Food Bowl Helps You Train Your Dog.
Enhance training with the dog's dinner, make your cat love its carrier, and use an app that tracks your dog's steps and raises money.
101 - The Dog Heroes of 9-11
In commemoration of the anniversary of 9-11 this is a replay of a conversation I had with Nona Kilgore Bauer, author of Dog Heroes of September, 11th. A Tribute to America’s Search and Rescue Dogs.
Help w/ kitten
Tomorrow will officially be three weeks since I adopted my female orange/white tabby cat, after losing my previous cat of ten years to breast cancer which spread to her lungs.
She was 2 years old when we adopted her so I didn’t face the issues that I am with my 9 month old kitten.
She still doesn’t know her name. How long does that generally take? She has the attention span of a gnat.
We don’t know much about her but we’ve gathered that she was a street cat cause she climbs up the poles on the cat condo rather than jump from platform to platform, she goes for the kill with all her toys and she digs to Timbuktu in her litter box.
She hunkers down in her box and rolls in it, will she outgrow this?
Any advice will help and be much appreciated.
You’re a pet OWNER not a parent. You didn’t give birth to it, it’s an ANIMAL not a human.
Enjoyed the informative manner and the enthusiastic nature of the host Susan Frank. I would imagine that any pet owner could find valuable info here