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6 EASY WAYS TO BUILD A STRONGER BOND WITH YOUR PET


Does your family have a cute animal friend?

Want to have a more “purrpect” relationship with your kitty? Do you want your puppy adore you? There are easy ways to build a stronger bond with your pet, including small changes in your daily routine.

It’s time for your cute pet!

1. LEARN HER BODY LANGUAGE


Your dog is communicating. Are you listening?

If you want to build a better bond with your dog, the first place to start is to study how dogs communicate with their bodies. You can then better understand what your dog is trying to tell you, and when you start listening, the two of you will get along much more easily.

2. RESPECT HER INDIVIDUALITY


Dogs like hugs? No, not all dogs do. 

Just like humans, individual dogs have their personal likes and dislikes. Some dogs enjoy cuddling while others prefer to have space. Some adore a game of fetch while others would rather play tug. Some love to learn new tricks and some would rather just go on a walk. Some dogs enjoy affection of all kinds, including hugs, but many dogs barely tolerate, or even flat out dislike being hugged. There are many things we humans assume dogs enjoy when really, they are just tolerating it.

The best reward is the one your dog wants the most and will work the hardest to receive. So figuring out what your dog likes and dislikes is also part of getting the most out of your training sessions.

3. SPEND ONE - ON - ONE TIME EVERYDAY

Your dog wants her own special time with you every day. 

Speaking of special play sessions, make sure you spend time focused on just your dog every day. This doesn't include walks when you're distracted on your phone, or in the yard when you're gardening and your dog is wandering around smelling things. One-on-one time is 30 minutes or more of time spent playing brain games, grooming, going on an interactive walk, even talking with your dog.

Dogs are a social species just like humans, and time spent focused on each other will increase the connection you share, which benefits both of you.

How about your kitty?

1. LEARN HER BODY LANGUAGE

To enhance your bond with your cat, you must need to understand her emotions. By leaning her body language, you can get along with your so easily.

Make eye contact with your cat. Look straight into her eyes, slowly open and close your eyes few times. Wait for the cat to imitate you.

Your cat’s tail can tell you what is going on in her head. Tails indicate the mood of your kitty. Pay attention to your cat’s tail and learn cat’s tail language.

  • Position: High – If she holds her tail high in the air it means she is happy and willing to be your friend.
  • Position: Low – A tail is positioned down then it shows aggression, and it means your kitty is in a serious mood.
  • Position: Whipping Tail – It means you got to stay away from your kitty because it shows both aggression and fear.

2. RESPECT HER INDIVIDUALITY

Cats seem to have their dislikes and likes. Moreover, they hate being forced to do something they hate. So, this is all about what your kitty likes, and not you!

3. MAKE YOURSELF REACHABLE

 

I know you are very much busy with your life and cats are independent animals, but if you don’t give time to your cat, she might start avoiding you. The best possible way to avoid this is to make you reachable.

If your cat happens to like particular pillow or blanket, place it in the lap and make a comfy spot for your kitty. Always stay calm.

Interactive playtime has been one of the most popular ways to develop trust. Indulge in play sessions for two times a day. The session should be at least of 15 minutes.

Enrich your environment. Make small kitty playground using cat trees, puzzle toys and other toys that look likes prey.

Try to follow these steps and make your kitty or puppy love you even more. 

Let’s make your own checklist with your pet and spend quality time together. Have a nice weekend!


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