• Introducing a New Cat to Your Family Dog or Cat (or Children)
• Multi-Species Households That Aren’t Getting Along: Teaching your animals to live together
• Inappropriate Elimination: Your cat intermittently won’t use its litter box or has stopped using it.
• Play Aggression: “Hide and seek” attacks, such as swiping at pants, feet; biting, or scratching
• Inter-Cat Aggression
• Redirected Aggression: When your kitty doesn’t get what he/she wants, so instead redirects his/her frustration at the closest person or animal
• Fear Aggression: Cat hides, cowers, or otherwise displays fear; most often occurring in multi-cat households when one cat invades another’s territory; sometimes starts as play and then escalates
• Nocturnal Activity: When your cat seems to “wake up” at night and gets involved in “hunting,” playing, jumping, destructive activity, or otherwise disturbing the household.
Virtual Training sessions are a great approach if we cannot meet in person, but only if I think you and your cat(s) will benefit. Virtual training provides a safe way to address your cat’s behavior issues.
Virtual sessions are 90min and include a follow-up 15min telephone phone consultation for up to 4 months after initial consultation. Whether it be distance, health concerns surrounding in-person visits, or other circumstances, Sharon respects and aims to address everyone’s needs (both human and fur).