What we Do
Four basic commands – sit, come, down, stay – as well as harness acclimation, leash walking and hold without a fuss.
Play dead, shake a paw, high five, twirl, jump through hoops, obstacles training, roll over.
Howling, nocturnal activities, digging in household plants, fearful behaviour, most spraying and aggression issues.
Begging at the table, stealing, demanding attention, finicky eaters, charging the doorway, counter surfing.
Feline human interactions, cats and babies/children, working with cats and dogs together, new cat into the family, moving to a new home, kitten care and what to expect.
The basics: litter boxes, first aid, toys and equipment needed, enrichment environment, bathing, brushing, nail trimming, dental care.
What People are Saying
Over the years, my wife and I have turned to Claudette many times for her expert advice and guidance in dealing with our little guys, Moseby and Herbie. Claudette has been a trusted advisor, helping us to choose better toys and methods of interaction, which has enabled us to forge a deeper understanding and appreciation of our furry friends.
I babysit my friend’s dog often and I was nervous about how it would get along with my cat. I asked Claudette to help me and she took me through the slow introduction process, training tips and warning signs. They get along great now and I have no issues. I can finally be at ease.
Often after we’d go to bed our cat, Luke would start to play very aggressively with the other (Leia), waking us up and upsetting Leia. Claudette reviewed a variety of factors with us and helped us decide to try playing more actively with Luke shortly before bed time to tire him out. This helped to almost eliminate these kinds of incidents.
We were having litter box issues with our cat Naomi and Claudette provided us with very useful tips to correct the behaviour. Her suggestions and help were greatly appreciated, along with her insights as to why the behaviour seemed to start out of nowhere.