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Sometimes our pets don't understand what we expect from them, which can cause frustration and put a strain on the relationship between our pets and our family. Choose your problem below and we'll suggest some articles and products to help you solve it. For more information about training your pet, visit trainmypet.net.

Barking

Chewing

Chasing

Begging

Digging

Weight

Peeing

Scratching

Escaping

Hyperactivity

 

My dog barks too much.

Start with our article on The 5 Most Common Behavior Problems: Barking.

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My pet chews the wrong things.

Start with our article on The 5 Most Common Behavior Problems: Chewing.

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My dog chases other animals.

Start with our article on The 5 Most Common Behavior Problems: Chasing.

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My dog begs for food.

Start with our article on The 5 Most Common Behavior Problems: Chewing.

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My dog digs in the wrong places.

Start with our article on The 5 Most Common Behavior Problems: Digging.

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My pet is overweight.

Start with our infographic: Is Your Pet Overweight?.

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My cat pees outside the litterbox.

Start with this article: Solve Your Cat’s Litter Box Problem.

  • Give your cat lots of playtime and exercise.
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My cat scratches the wrong things.

Start with this article: 10 Ways To Make Your Cat Happy.

  • Give your cat lots of playtime and exercise.
  • Buy a variety of scratching posts.

  • Place a scratching post next to where she scratches.

  • Put sticky tape, tinfoil, or plastic wrap on what she scratches.

  • Trim her nails more often.

  • Put nail caps on her nails.

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My cat escapes the house.

Start with this article: 10 Ways To Make Your Cat Happy.

  • Give your cat lots of playtime and exercise.
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My cat keeps me up at night.

Start with this article: 10 Ways To Make Your Cat Happy.

  • Give your cat lots of playtime and exercise.
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DISCLAIMER: PetSafe Brand make no guarantees that these methods will work for your pet and your unique situation. This solution finder is provided for informational purposes only. Consult with a pet professional such as your veterinarian or a certified animal trainer, especially if there might be a medical problem involved.