Anyone who has a small dog or is planning on adopting one, please PLEASE treat them like you would a normal dog. What I’m really trying to say here is that you need to train them. A lot of people treat these dogs like babies and spoil them and think they don’t have to do any type of training with them and then guess what? They grow up to be little demons and they’re aggressive towards anyone who enters their territory (your home).
So if you were ever wondering why many people say they dislike small dogs, now you know.
(I’m not hating on small dogs, but it’s really hard liking them when every time I meet one they try to “attack” me.)
Before you give up and put away your Christmas tree away because your cat won’t leave it alone, try reading this article: Click
My cat occasionally plays with the Christmas tree and whenever I catch her she runs off. Sometimes you just have to be watchful and firm for them to stop, but if that doesn’t work you may have to resort to a spray bottle. BUT the thing about the spray bottle is that your cat may just learn to mess with the tree when you aren’t there.
If everything fails and you can’t make your cat stop, try decorating your tree with plastic decorations. If you insist on using breakable decorations, move them to the top where your cat can’t reach them. Also DON’T use tinsel on your tree because if your cat eats it, she/he could be in serious trouble. (This goes for dogs, too.)
If you’re looking for a dog that is actually a cat then Dudley might be the one for you!
I used a randomizer to see which dog I should post about on this blog and Lucky came first! Maybe he is really lucky…
^Click his name to see his profile^
I know taking your cat to vet can be stressful and for some more than stressful. I found an article with some tips on how to make it little more easier:
Since I found this article a couple hours before having to take Oreo to the vet I could only use one step at the time—Develop a Calming Pet-Vet Routine.
I used food to brieb Oreo into the carrier, and each time I did she got farther in to the carrier, but I didn’t close the door. When it was actually time go I put a little treat (ham) in the carrier and she got in no problem but like the article says you should make getting into the carrier a daily thing so your cat doesn’t associate it with the vet.