Kitten Care- Training! TM


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*Siberians are smart and can be trained.

*The clicking method of training may be used in order to teach them tricks and to modify unwanted behaviors. You can purchase the book "Clicking With Your Dog and use it the same way you would use for a puppy.

*You can also just take what they are naturally doing and state that word for what they are doing, whenever they do it.

*For example: When you put the food out maybe one of them stands on two legs trying to see and taste the food. Whenever this kittie stands on those two feet you might say: Up-up! Eventually this cat will know what Up- up is and you may be able to get this cat to do Up- up on command. My son taught one of our cats to jump up to get his head petted by saying "pop a wheely" every time the cat stood on his hid legs. Soon the cat "popped a wheely on command!"

*If they walk on counters and you don't want this you can try: picking them up by the scruff of the neck, saying 'No', and putting them on the floor. Another way to stop this is using a spray bottle. Spray them with water if they come up. There is are sprays that can be bought in places like Pet Smart. One of them is called Boundry. Just spray it where you do not want your cat to go. It will keep them away from these areas. A final way that I know of is to place tape up-side down on surfaces that you want your cat to be on..

*The following are training videos.

http://www.petvideo.com//index.cgi?channel=32

http://petstyle.com/cats/training


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