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    Re: Trainer HERE....

    Quote Originally Posted by mix123 View Post
    Hi Julie. The cat doesn't have claws which makes it difficult for him to get his point across. We will try the spray bottle / Can method and I will report back. Thanks!
    you bet! Any time. Best of luck. Definitely step in...poor kitty can't defend herself.
    Julie


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    Re: Trainer HERE....

    Hi Julie! I have a 12 month old that bites everything and puts EVERYTHING in his mouth! He's been doing this since since around 10 weeks when a we got him. We've tried bitter apple spray, pet block spray, tabasco sauce, crate time outs, picking him up and holding him as a time out, no, and leave it. We've had so many vet bills already because of the stuff he's eaten. Exercise doesn't seem to be making a difference either! We're at such a stand still with what to do. We bought a static collar but we have not used it yet. I'm not sure he will respond to it the way were hoping. He has plenty of bones, toys etc. we don't let him roam around our house because we can't keep a constant eye on him. Do you have any suggestions?


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    Hi . . . . . And do I need advice ! ! My little 7 month old female Diva is 99.9% potty trained which I am very happy about. I love her to death. The only problem I am having with her is when she wants to play or get attention she will go to my nice leather furniture and start scratching at the chairs or chewing on the corners until I come. I will say 'no' - she will bark back and continue . . . .I know I am supposed to ignore her, but she has ruined my chairs by me thinking ignoring her is the answer. Once she has my attention she wants me to chase her around . . . . . she then gets exercise, but continues with the scratching and biting/chewing so I chase her. I've tried everything. Is this a puppy phase or am I in big trouble ?

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    Re: Trainer HERE....

    Quote Originally Posted by Julie Stevenson View Post
    If any of you have questions about behavior I am a behavior and obedience trainer. I will go through these threads and try to offer my 2 cents.
    Hello! I have a question! I recently added a lil girl Lucy to my family (12 weeks old) and her and Chewy(16 weeks on the 23rd) and they get along good for the most part, but they rough house so hard.. They go for eachothers faces & bite a lot.. Is this normal? It makes me nervous because Chewys eyes bulge out.. Any advice? @Julie Stevenson

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