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Attention-seeking and Comfort-Seeking Behaviours

 

When pets are attention seeking, you need to reward the behaviours that you want and avoid rewarding the behaviours that you don't want.

Don't give your dog or cat  attention when it claws you, licks you, mouths you or barks or meows at you as this is just giving the pet the attention it wants for all the wrong reasons.

It's all a matter or getting to the behaviour that pleases YOU and YOUR PET and then rewarding that behaviour when you get there.

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How to get good behaviour from dogs - introduction

This vital sheet links together some of Dr Cam's most valuable information on how to stop your dog misbehaving and how to get good behaviour instead - all with minimal punishment.

The 'Pay Up Pooch' Technique

Many dogs push their owners around with the skill and delicacy of a master - and the owners don't even realise it's happening.

This sheet tells you the secret techniques you can use to solve the problem. And it works for cats too!

Changing Moods

If you want to change your pet's behaviour, why use harsh techniques when gentle ones will work better?

This article describes various techniques that can be used for attention seeking. Read the bits about Negative Punishment and Positive Reinforcement.

Time Out

Time out is a technique used for dogs and cats, that can help to limit attention seeking by manufacturing serene behaviour. Time out is a gentle technique and is not as harsh as the  Sin Bin.

Feline Frolics

For cats, attention seeking can often be resolved with game-play techniques - but which ones work? The answers are here.


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