How To Build A Relationship With Your Pet

by on 05/11/10 at 10:19 am

If you object to pet grooming and cleaning, assess the situation to see what can be reasonably improved, and what you can and only managed to work around.

First you have a good relationship with your pet. There is no point in lunging for the ears and gums of a dog or cat who hardly knows you – unless you point is to get bitten. Take the time to patiently make your pet trust. If a wound is an urgent need to look to, but the animal did not know you well enough yet, take it to the vet for treatment, then afterwards, build your relationship, so the next grooming is easier.

Determine if your pet needs time to know you, or if it has a behavioral problem that requires intervention by a professional trainer.

Even a pet that you can trust certain trigger points. Patiently insensitive to the trigger. For example, owners of pets that hairdryers anxiety may begin leaving the hair dryer in the area, shut off for weeks until the pet gets used to it. Then turn on the dryer for short periods, but without blowing it on the pet. End they build up to use the dryer on your pet after his bath.

Know your pet’s mood and approach at a good time when it is quiet. Some pets are best handle when they are sleepy, others when they are full and happy, or just after training. You can also use distraction tactics, like having a family member, rubbing his stomach while you trim his nails, or patiently teaches the time that each bath ends with a treatment, so the berries with the water better.

Whatever you do, you must remain calm – yelling and screaming only disturb pets more and increase its resistance to grooming. Even in an emergency if it is evil and must have his wounds tent to keep calm so as not to panic and feed from your feelings.

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