• When Pet Behavior is a Problem

    From jumping, chewing, biting and begging, to fear, marking and ignoring your commands, bad behaviors from a cat or dog can be frustrating to say the least. Sometimes, it can leave you wondering what it will take to get your pet — and your household — back to normal.

    If problem behaviors become a pattern, you may find yourself worried about leaving your dog or cat without your supervision or even limit visits from friends and family. Worse yet, bad behaviors begin to weaken the bond between pets and their pet parents. In fact, it’s the leading cause of animals being relinquished to shelters.

    The first thing you need to know is that you’re not alone. Like humans, most dogs and cats will make a mistake sometime in their lives. When you make yourself aware of some of the most common behavior problems for cats and dogs using the list below, you’ll be better prepared to help your pet — and yourself.

    Problem Behaviors

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    Aggression  
    Barking at Visitors
    Barking at Incessantly
    Begging  
    Biting  
    Chewing  
    Digging  
    Fear of Loud Noises  
    Fear of New Environment  
    Fear of Traveling    
    Fear of Visiting the Vet or Groomer    
    Jumping    
    Marking
    Not Coming When Called    
    Pulling on the Leash  
    Scratching  
    Separation from Pet Parent  
    Whining for Attention