To encourage good potty habits and make things nicer for your cat and you, here are some things cats would like you to know about their litter boxes:
Keep a separate litter box for every cat you have; cats like their own personal place to potty. Place the box in a quiet area. If your kitty is particularly modest, a covered litter box may also be helpful.
Make the introduction in a highly controlled environment. It is best to have two people, one holding the new dog while the other praises each animal. Keep the dog on leash. Firmly correct your dog at the first hint of undesired behavior, and don’t unleash her around your cat until they are interacting calmly. A chase may ensue if the cat runs.
Summers can be a beautiful season in North Idaho, and as much as we enjoy this time of year, it can be hard on pets. Here are some summer safety tips to keep in mind:
Don’t assume your dog can swim well
Just because dogs instinctively know how to swim, doesn’t mean they’re good swimmers. If you and your dog enjoy water activities on the lake, like boating, kayaking, and paddle boarding, it’s a good idea to have Fido wear a doggie life jacket, even if he is a good swimmer.