Training your cat on a leash

 Training your cat on a leash

Leash training, like any other training, a cat will require the proper tools, research, patience, and practice. Cats are intelligent and sensitive and you never want to use force or physical threats on a cat. Any of the force behaviors you use on the cat will only result in the cat being afraid of you.

You will be the one who will have to change the behavior in Good words used, the name of the cat and the behavior that the cat is doing. As a tabby, you should not get on the table. Treats are another way to show your cat good behavior. Use small treats; you don't want them to have a full meal when you train them. Later, after good behavior is recognized, you can stagger the treats so you don't have to use them anymore.

The treats should be just the treats. Never use the cat's dinner food as a treat. Use good healthy treats in small portions. Do not give large amounts as it is a pleasure and not dinner.

Training your cat to wear a leash or collar can take time. This time it is convenient to put aside to do the training. Never start training a cat for a behavior and stop. If you ever want to start over, the cat can get confused and feel very stressful. If the cat becomes ill or ill, this in itself will be stressful for the cat and you will have to stop the training. At this point, you will want to take the cat to the vet.

After the illness or disease is taken care of, you can continue the training, also during this time you will want to gently and carefully keep the step of the training your cat is in. This will reinforce the training you have done and you can continue.

Next, you'll want to find a good kit for cat leash training. When looking at equipment, you will want to keep in mind that a cat's neck is made of fine fur. Harnesses are great for walking cats, keeping your cat safe, trying to escape and much more comfortable for the cat. A short, light leash would be perfect for walking. Don't get a long one, as you want the cat to be close to you because danger is near. Also, you are walking the cat, the cat is not walking you.

You will have to work with your cat once you get the harness, so that the cat is happy with it. Follow the steps to do this, such as letting the cat look at you for its scent, then carefully apply the harness and remove it. Do this until the cat is comfortable in the harness around the house. Do not take the cat outside to do this. Your cat will try to escape and being outside you have no boundaries for the cat to stay inside.

Once you've done those steps, and the cat is happy with the harness, start on the leash. Walk the cat indoors before trying it outdoors. Once you see that the cat is happy with this step, now is the final training.

Take the cat outside and walk around the garden until you and the cat are comfortable. Make sure the cat walks with you and that you are not pulling the cat on the leash. Your cat will initially be distracted by many things that the outside world has to offer.

Training your cat on a leash has advantages not only for walking but also for other training. By taking your cat to a vet, instead of the carrier, you can test the leash once the cat is comfortable using it.

Reward your cat every step of the way and enjoy the happy trails for you and your cat.

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