Helpful handouts for pet adopters, owners & educators
Pet Behavior and Health Handouts
Cat Clicker Training
Clicker training is fun for your cat to train you and fun for you to train your cat!
Do-It Yourself Cat Fence
This cat fence is made of netting material that can be attached to an existing fence or can even be installed without a fence. The net “gives,” which is why cats will not climb it.
Plan Your Ride, Ride Your Plan
Every rider has training techniques that work better for some horses than others. The trick is to be able to adapt your techniques with each horse and each situation.
History of Litter Box Issues
The cat has a history of urinating or defecating outside the litter box. This behavior could be inconsistent meaning it happens once in a while or it could be consistent where it happens regularly.
Your Talkative Cat
Vocalizing is one way for your cat to communicate with you and with other animals. Some cats “talk” more than others, but most cats do make noise some of the time.
Your New Dog
Begin a positive relationship so that you and your new dog can live happily together for a long time. This handout contains tips for starting off on the “right paw.”
Your New Cat
Learn how best to bring a new cat into your home as a family member.
Your Cat Needs a Tag!
Animal shelters throughout the country take in millions of lost cats each year and 99 out of 100 of these cats have no identification.
Why Pets Stray
Do you have a pet that is trying to escape? Learn why and what you can do to curtail the behavior.
Why Dogs Bite: a Guideline for Children
Knowing why dogs bite and what to do to keep yourself safe is important.