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Unread 05-25-2009   #1 (permalink)
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Many people believe that when it comes to training a dog or a cat it is too complex, and often many would do nothing about it. The idea of seeing a dog or cat train is nearly impossible, is simply not true. Wouldn’t you want your pet to behave when they encounter other pet or people? This is not an impossible task to do. If only you go about doing it the right way.
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Obedience train your cat, interesting.
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Thank you so much for your link As I may have mentioned in previous posts, I've already halfway trained her to sit by command. I still need to use a treat or food though.
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It's easy to teach cats commands, harder to get them to follow them as consistently as quickly as you can a dog, the difference in level of intelligence is part of the issue, the innate stubborness of the cat is another, and finally the independence of the individual, dogs as a social animal live for their alphas and we fill that role, outside of Lions none of the big cats have a social attitude towards their species domestics share this limited socialising heritage barring some few select breeds that form familial bonds. Best training methods include both rewards and punishments, one or the other can work but the best method rewards good behaviour and punishes bad behaviour, once they get the idea of what is required of them they learn more quickly in this way, aka the "carrot and stick" approach.
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I agree. Rewards for good behaviour I love that cats are independent.
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Welcome to the forum. Thank you for the link. BTW, do you have any cat ????
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It's easy to teach cats commands, harder to get them to follow them as consistently as quickly as you can a dog, the difference in level of intelligence is part of the issue, the innate stubborness of the cat is another, and finally the independence of the individual, dogs as a social animal live for their alphas and we fill that role, outside of Lions none of the big cats have a social attitude towards their species domestics share this limited socialising heritage barring some few select breeds that form familial bonds. Best training methods include both rewards and punishments, one or the other can work but the best method rewards good behaviour and punishes bad behaviour, once they get the idea of what is required of them they learn more quickly in this way, aka the "carrot and stick" approach.

I'm not sure if I agree with some of this. I certainly would not want to train my cats like I would my dog, but that's my opinion. My cats know when they are bad, simply by me using "no-no" (which the only thing they do bad is jump on me while I am making their breakfast). Beyond that, I let them be cats. Same with my dog, she knows basic obedience, sit, stay, come, no, and that's it. I didn't use treats for her either, just praise. None of my animals are punished, they learn simply with a "no"
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Even a stern 'no' can be punishment Crystal. Provided the animal understands they misbehaved from that then it's more than sufficient. Do you punish a child for being a minute late with a spanked bottom?
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Even a stern 'no' can be punishment Crystal. Provided the animal understands they misbehaved from that then it's more than sufficient. Do you punish a child for being a minute late with a spanked bottom?
I don't believe in spanking, so no. And I don't see a stern 'no' as a punishment, just a correction.
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You both missed my point and don't understand how a verbal reprimand can actually be reacted to as punishment by animals. And I don't mean shouting at them. Animals are very perceptive of emotions usually, and a stern no can be punishment to them because they know you're upset at them.
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