Posts tagged "Jacqueline Munera"

North American Veterinary Conference

The poster for the book, Decoding Your Dog....The book was the talk of the conference!
Here are some of my 2014 North American Veterinary Conference highlights from Orlando.   Type your email address in the box and click the “create subscription” button. My list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.

Cat Nibbles at Face and on Arm: Reader Question

Cat Nibbles at Face and on Arm: Reader Question
Q: My 3-year-old Russian Blue cat likes to bite my face. He’ll bite my chin, my nose, my forehead and my cheekbone. He only bites my husband’s arm. He never breaks the skin, but just holds on unless we pull away. One time, the cat held onto my husband’s arm so long that he (the... Read more »

Cat Having Accidents? Assumptions May Not Be Correct

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Inappropriate elimination in cats is the most common behavior problem in pets, and an all too frequent explanation for giving up cats….But as certified cat behavior consultant Jacqueline Munera explains, the assumption that the problem is behavior based might not be correct.
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Chicago Dog Show; Service Dogs and PTSD; Have We Seen Your Cat Lately? WGN Petcast

Chicago Dog Show; Service Dogs and PTSD; Have We Seen Your Cat Lately? WGN Petcast
If you enjoyed  the Westminster Dog Show, check out the International Kennel Club of Chicago Dog Show, which will be at McCormick Place February 23-24. Susan Olsen, show chair from the dog show describes the long list of activities associated with the show, everything from a nose work demonstrations, to nearly 30 breed rescue groups to demos... Read more »

Teaching Cats Not to Snatch Food

Jacqueline Munera, an IAABC cat behavior consultant, says that if you have a cat who wants to snatch your meal, you can teach your cat to go to an alternative place (your mat) instead. Here, she demonstrates how:  

Oh Behave! (Highlights of 2011 IAABC Conference)

Teoti Anderson is a past president of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, and always so sunny to talk to. Her most recent book is "Puppy Care & Training."
Here are some photo snippets from the 2011 International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants Conference, April 1 through 3 in Warwick, RI. 
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