Behavior Training for Cats
Just like people, our cats have personalities all their own! While every cat is unique, some of their behaviors may be problematic - or even dangerous to their health.
That's where the team at The Cat Clinic of Seattle can help. Our vets bring extensive experience with a wide range of cat behaviors from aggressive behavior to inappropriately urinating or defecating outside the litter box, our Seattle vets can provide advice on your cats specific requirements.
Our vets will do an initial exam and diagnostic testing to see if there are underlying medical issues causing the behavior. Cats who need extensive consultations are referred out to a board-certified cat behaviorist.
What to Expect During Behavior Training
Our team has extensive experience in behavior training with a range of problematic cat behaviors to help them and their owners live harmoniously. Our behavioral therapist can provide tips, practical instruction and advice that makes the difference.
If your cat is displaying behaviors such as aggression, or inappropriately urinating or defecating outside the litter box, our Seattle vets are here to help.
Our vets will start by performing an initial exam with diagnostic testing to determine first if the behavior is related to an underlying medical condition.
Cats who require more extensive consultations are referred out to a board-certified cat behaviorist.
What are benefits of behavior training?
There are a number of potential benefits to behavior training for cats. Here are a few benefits to consider:
- Correct bad habits or specific behavior problems
Despite our best efforts, our cats can sometimes develop bad habits, unwanted behaviors or behavior problems that need professional attention and correction.
Behavior training can address potty issues, destroying furniture, and aggression issues.
Not only will these behaviors be addressed, you'll also learn how to redirect your cat's actions to more appropriate behavior.
- Develop a stronger bond with your cat
While part of behavior training focuses on addressing negative or unwanted behaviors in your cat, it will also help you build a solid, trusting relationship and afford opportunities for continued learning - for both you and your feline companion.
- Help your cat feel fulfilled and confident.
Confident, stimulated, and fulfilled cats are well-behaved ones. Behavior training will help both of you feel more fulfilled - and your cat will enjoy their practices.
Contact us for answers to any training questions you may have.