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Cat Enrichment Games

Young cute cat playing with a stick toy. The British Shorthair pedigreed kitten with blue gray fur

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Play is Essential To Keep Your Cats Young and Healthy,

Mentally As Well As Physically

Author, Dorinne Whynott, Owner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Do you have regular play sessions with your cat?  Cats, just like dogs will benefit from regular play.

Cats are intelligent and fine tuned creatures that enjoy enrichment games which allow them to express their natural behaviors. They can jump incredible heights, can hear from miles away, and can easily navigate through the dark using their night vision. Cats have many talents which if not used properly can lead to negative behaviors like aggression, anxiety, over grooming, loss of appetite, self mutilation, urination problems, stress, depression, among others. Providing your cat with enrichment games can help increase activity, reduce stress, decrease any mental stagnation, help shy pets and prevent the aforementioned behavioral issues.

In this article, we are going to give you the best enrichment games for cats.

Food Puzzles
Food puzzles is an enrichment game for cats which requires the cat to take time and figure out how to get the ultimate prize (that is, treats or food), from a sealed container. This is one of the best games to stimulate cats mentally. Food puzzles for cats can be as easy as cutting a tiny hole in a sealed yogurt container, and putting some yummy treats inside, and then watching the cat paw and roll it around as he/she tries to get the treats out.

Any clean plastic container with a lid can also be used to make a hanging food puzzle. You just need to cut 2 or 3 holes around the plastic container’s bottom outer edge, and then place some treats at the center. After that, you can string a cord or rope through the secure lid and hang the food puzzle over the door handle. Once the cat becomes good at the game, you can encourage more exercise by raising the hanging food puzzle higher.

Scratching Post
Scratching comes naturally to cats. Cats need to scratch to exercise, sharpen their claws, and mark their territory. In order to keep your cat physically and mentally stimulated, and to prevent him/her from scratching on the carpets, curtains and furniture, you should buy or make an appropriate scratching post. You should know that cats like scratching on various different surfaces and positions. There are some cats that prefer vertical scratching posts, while others prefer horizontal/floor scratching mats. Make sure you provide acceptable scratching materials and positions for your cat. You can get wooden or sisal rope scratching posts, or cardboard scratching mats. Consider providing a selection of these all around the house, and make sure they’re strategically placed. Good places to put the scratchers include, but not limited to; near sleeping areas, near windows, nears exits and entrances of rooms, and any other place the cat favors. To train the cat to use the scratchers, you can reward him/her with praise and treats every time he/she happens to scratch appropriately. You can also consider placing toys and catnip near the scratchers to encourage the behavior.

Interactive Games
Think about playing with the cat as a way of maximizing his/her mental, physical and emotional well being. Cats can benefit from various types of games especially interactive games. Interactive games can involve you holding a fishing pole type of toy so that the cat can focus on being the hunter. You can move the fishing pole type of toy like a prey so that the cat can practice his/her natural hunting skills. Engaging your cat in appropriate interactive games is a great outlet for their natural behaviors. These interactive games can also help strengthen the bond between you and your cat, as you both get to have a good time playing with toys. That said, it’s important to note that cats tend to get bored with toys after sometime, so it’s important to provide just a couple of toys at a time, on rotating basis so as to keep the cat interested.

High Resting Places
Cats are natural climbers and generally like to be up high. Providing access to vertical or elevated places will make your cat happy as it increases the amount of space available to them. You can provide your cat with a carpeted cat tree with hiding spots. Alternatively, you can obtain ornamental cat shelves which can be easily mounted on the walls in appealing, decorative patterns which allow your cat to use multiple levels in your home, and move through the house through different pathways. You can also bring the outside world to your indoor cat by providing perches. Perches allow your cat to explore the outside (or the inside) world. Remember to keep rotating the location of the cat perches periodically.

Hiring A Pet Sitter

In our busy lives, we sometimes do not have consistent time for ourselves, never mind our pets.  Hiring a pet sitter to come in every day during the week can help your cat’s mentally and physically.  Consistent play time can help your cats sleep better and be healthier.

Professional Pet Sitting Etc can help.  We can come in every day while you are at work and get your kitty that much deserved and needed fun and playtime.

 

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About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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Canine Flu

Avoiding Dog Parks, daycares, etc is one way to prevent your dog from getting the Canine Flu

Could Your Dog Be At Risk For Canine Flu

  Author, Dorinne Whynott, Owner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Canine flu (which is also known as dog flu or canine influenza), is a recently identified respiratory disease in dogs which is caused by a special strain of Type A influenza, which is known to infect dogs, but can’t be transmitted to humans. There are 2 different types of the canine flu, namely H3N8 virus and H3N2 virus.

Canine Influenza Transmission
Canine flu can be transmitted by direct contact with an infected dog, by contact with any contaminated objects/surfaces, and by people moving between the infected and the uninfected dogs. Therefore, the dog owners whose dogs are showing signs and symptoms of the canine flu illness shouldn’t participate in group activities with their dogs, or bring the dogs to places where other uninfected dogs can get exposed to the canine flu virus. Surfaces, clothing, equipment, and hands need to be properly cleaned and disinfected after any kind of exposure to dogs showing signs of the canine flu illness.

Signs and Symptoms of Canine Flu
The most common symptoms of canine flu tend to be somewhat similar to the flu symptoms which are typically found in humans. These can include, but not limited to; fever, runny nose, lethargy (or tiredness), rapid breathing, difficulty breathing, coughing, lack of appetite, discharge form the nose, green or cloudy discharge from the eyes, sneezing, among others. But unlike in the cases of human flu, not every canine with the flu shows signs and symptoms of the disease, although they still can transmit the disease to uninfected dogs. The severity of the illness can vary from showing no symptoms at all, to a serious illness which can lead to pneumonia, and even at times death.

Treatment of Canine Flu
Treatment of canine flu is mainly symptomatic. If your dog has a milder form of the illness, certain medications can be prescribed by your veterinarian so as to help make your dog more comfortable while dealing with the canine flu. If the dog has a fever, the veterinarian might use anti inflammatory medication so as to help lower the fever. Cough suppressants can be utilized to help a coughing dog, and to keep him/her more comfortable. Antibiotics are usually prescribed in dogs who have a more severe form of the illness, so as to treat or prevent secondary bacterial infections like pneumonia (note that, antibiotics aren’t an effective treatment for the canine flu virus).

Due to the highly infectious nature of the canine flu illness, a dog suffering from the illness should be isolated immediately, and rested. Majority of the dogs usually recover naturally in about 2 to 3 weeks without any further complications. That said, it’s important to know that the canine flu treatment mainly consists of supportive care; this helps your dog mount a better immune response.

Prevention
There is a vaccine available to control the transmission of the canine influenza virus, and minimize its’ impact on the infected dogs, however it might not be able to completely prevent your dog(s) from getting the canine flu. One of the best ways of preventing your dog(s) from contracting the canine flu is to always be aware of any kind of outbreaks in your locality, and react accordingly. In case you happen to come into contact or get exposed to a dog exhibiting flu-like symptoms, you need to properly wash your hands with soap water, and change the clothes before touching your dog(s). If your dog happens to get exposed to another dog exhibiting the flu-like symptoms, then you need to immediately remove your dog from that area, and disinfect any equipment, clothing, objects, and such other things that the infected dog came into contact with. Likewise, if your dog has the canine influenza virus, or is coughing and showing such other signs of the respiratory illness, then it is important to keep him/her at home and away from other uninfected dogs, til he/she has fully recovered.

It also helps to avoid dog daycares, dog parks and such other facilities where the canine influenza virus could easily be transmitted.

Preventing or limiting exposure to areas where the flu outbreak has been reported, is one of the best preventative measures you can take. To do this, you should ask your veterinarian if there have been any kind of outbreaks in your local area so that you can know the places to avoid.

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If you liked this article, check out our other articles – Complete List Of Our Article and Videos

About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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Scratching Ideas For Cats

Beautiful cat with scratching post isolated on white background

Scratching posts should be taller then your cat completely stretched out

Keeping Cat Nails Healthy 

  Author, Dorinne Whynott, Owner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Cats love to scratch, and it’s important to understand that scratching is a normal and HEALTHY feline behavior. They love to scratch different types of surfaces, in a variety of positions. This seemingly simple activity provides numerous psychological and physical benefits to cats. Cats scratch to sharpen their claws, exercise their legs, mark their territory, and to reduce stress. Scratching also helps the cats get rid of the old claws/nails so that sharp new ones can grow. Unfortunately the scratching can cause all kinds of damage to your furniture, the curtains, carpet, and many other things in your home.

To avoid the damage, keep your cat’s nails trimmed.  This should be done about every 4-6 weeks, depending on your cats nail growth.

Then offer your cats many different types of scratching alternatives.

Cats must have a proper outlet for their scratching urge, therefore, providing a scratching post can save your furniture, carpet and curtains from destruction. A scratching post is basically a pole which stands at about 4 ft tall or more, but can also lay flat on the floor, or can be inclined. The main benefit of a scratching post is that it turns your cat’s attention away from your carpet and furniture. Choosing or making the best scratching post can be somewhat frustrating and you might need to experiment with different types of scratching posts to find one that the cat will scratch reliably.

Cat Scratching Post Materials
The type of material used to make a scratching post is very important. For you to get the cat interested in a scratching post than the carpet and furniture, the material of the scratching post should to be enticing, and also feel good beneath the cat’s nails. Here are some of the most popular scratching post materials;

Sisal

A cat scratching post covered with rough sisal rope is one of most popular options. Sisal material is heavy duty, feels absolutely great to cats, and it shreds under their nails in a very pleasing way. The sisal actually accomplishes the same purpose as the tree bark; it catches the cat’s front claws allowing the cat to pull downwards and release its’ sheath to expose the brand new claws underneath. Sisal posts are eco-friendly, more durable, and they usually last for many years before requiring a replacement.

Corrugated Cardboard

This is another great material used to make scratching posts. Just like the sisal material, it also has a very pleasing feeling and it makes appealing noises when scratched. Economical corrugated cardboard posts are quite easy to replace, and they appeal to most cats.

Carpeting and Upholstery

There are some scratching posts which are covered with carpeting and/or upholstery. However, experts advice against using this type of material, as the cat will not understand why it’s okay to scratch some carpeting and not the other.

Wood

This type of scratching post is basically a polished timber board which is made of hardwood. In their natural habitat, cats normally sharpen their claws/nails against trees, therefore many of them do prefer this type of scratching material. It’s important that the wood be of high quality, otherwise your cat may get injured by splinters.

Cat Scratching Post Size

Cats like tall, sturdy posts (4 feet or higher) which do not move around when they’re scratching and stretching. If your cat happens to feel unsteady or uncomfortable on the post, he/she will find a much more solid scratching surface. The scratching post should also be tall enough to allow the cat to fully stretch when scratching. This basically means that the cat should,be able to extend his/her body fully, and pull the shoulder and back muscles, which is really important for flexibility and health. If the posts is too short, the cat will have to hunch over in order to use it, and this doesn’t allow for a proper shoulder and back stretch, They will not get the full benefit of exercising, and it might even feel uncomfortable for them.

That said, it’s important to note that, the taller the scratching post, the sturdier it should be. Cats can get injured or even killed by a big, unstable post falling on them. Make sure the post has an extra heavy, and wide base, preferably double thick.

Type of construction
Vertical scratchers

These are bars, mats or plates which are attached onto a wall or standing on a pedestal. They are great for cats who sharpen their claws while standing on hind legs.

Inclined scratchers

These are especially attractive for most cats, as they allow them to sharpen their claws in various different positions.The inclined scratchers also help the cat’s stretch and work more muscles.

Floor scratchers

These are usually planks or mats placed on the floor. These cat scratchers are designed for cats who like sharpening their claws/nails in the horizontal position. That said, you should know that some cats do not like scratching on the vertical scratchers, but will willingly scratch on a floor scratcher.

How To Make a Cat Scratcher

What you’ll Need –
-A wooden board
-Sisal rope
-hot glue gun
-Eye hooks
-One yard twine
-Six yards colored twine

Instructions;

Step 1

Turn the wooden board onto its’ back, and hot glue the beginning of your sisal rope onto the middle of the wooden board where you’d like the scratching area to start.

Step 2

Flip the wooden board, and then line the sisal rope up against itself with every turn. After a couple of turns, hot glue the sisal rope on the board’s back so as to firmly secure your scratching pad.

Step 3

Continue turning the wooden board til you reach the bottom of the desired scratching section. Now, hot glue the back of the wooden board to properly secure the sisal rope, and cut the rope.

Step 4

Hot glue the beginning of the yarn to the top, back of your desired scratch area, and twist the wooden board to make a nice pattern with the yarn. Now, tie off the end of the yarn, and secure it with hot glue on the board’s back. Repeat this with a different colored yarn.

Step 5

Now trim any excess yarn, and securely twist the eye hooks into the top back of the wooden board.

Step 6

Thread the twine through the eye hooks so as to create an “over the door” type of feature.
Step 7

Hang your scratcher and let the games begin! Remember, you should make sure the scratcher is sturdily supported, because the cat will not use it if it is unsteady or wobbly.

Another Do It Yourself Scratcher is to use the poles in your basement.  

The poles are used to hold up the main support beams for the house.  I just used sisal rope wrapped around the entire pole.  Starting at the bottom with hot glue, then wrap around and around.  Hot glue each ending.  I used SIX 50 foot rolls to go from the bottom to the top.  My cats love climbing all the way to the top.

Have Fun !!

 

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If you liked this article, check out our other articles – Complete List Of Our Article and Videos

About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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Is Giving A Live Pet For Easter A Good Idea

Bunny in a basket

Rabbits and Chicks are dropped off at shelters weeks following Easter

Pets as Easter Gifts

 

  Author, Dorinne Whynott, Owner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

With Easter approaching and everyone getting their shopping done, there is one thing that should not be on the gift giving list; and that is surprising someone with a pet as an Easter gift. While it may initially seem like a good gesture to give someone a pet as a present, it usually doesn’t end very well for the animal. Many times the pets given as presents are unwanted and usually end up at shelters.

Pets that are mostly given at Easter include, but not limited to; ducklings, rabbits, kittens, chicks and puppies. So many people think that these animals are cute gifts to give, and they fit the Easter theme. While it’s true that these pets can make wonderful companions and bring untold joy, they’re a huge responsibility. It usually means a long term commitment, energy and money, which might exceed one’s abilities. When the recipient finds it difficult to care for the pet, they usually decide that the pet is better off somewhere else, like an animal shelter. Unfortunately, the fact that the “gift pets” end up at animal shelters is not really the fault of the owner or the animal, it is your fault for giving that person the surprise pet. That said, lets now take a closer look at some of the reasons why it’s not a good idea to give a pet as an Easter gift;

1. Pets Should Never Be Surprises
No matter what type of pet(s) you are planning to surprise a loved one with, it is never a good idea. Pets, especially puppies, are a long term commitment, and it takes lots of preparation to be ready for such responsibility. For instance, before any pet is brought in, pet proofing and such other preparations need to be done. Moreover, pets need routine care like providing food, water, clean bedding, playtime, daily exercise, grooming, and regular veterinary check ups. Without adequate preparation and safe guarding, the animal can be at risk. Saddling a loved one with the burden of caring for the pet that they are not prepared for, will make them have to surrender the pet to an animal shelter.

2. Requires a Lifestyle Change
Living with pets creates a lifestyle change. Somebody who lives alone might actually prefer the solitude, and might not want the responsibility of having to care for an animal. Pets generally require routine care, and the recipient might not want to change their current lifestyle to accommodate the pet. In addition to that, the recipient’s lifestyle may not be best suited to give the animal the care and attention needed. For instance, if the recipient’s work schedule requires them to be away from home all day, and can’t afford to hire a pet sitter, the new pet might suffer from separation anxiety. In such situations, the recipient usually ends up surrendering the pet to an animal shelter.

3. There’s a Huge Financial Responsibility
The costs which are involved in caring for the pet, throughout their lifetime, are quite huge. Some of the costs include, but not limited to, food and pet supplies, annual veterinarian checkups, pet medical aid, grooming and training costs, among such other expenses. The recipient might not be willing or able to invest in the care and maintenance needed. Surprising someone who’s financially unable or unwilling to care for the pet is not fair to that person, or to the pet.

4. Your Choice of Pet isn’t Necessarily the Right Choice 
Well, even if you are right about the recipient wanting a pet as a companion, the choice you make might not be the right one for them. There are many factors that go into matching the right type of pet to the individual, and it is not a choice that you can make on behalf of somebody else. Some of the things to consider can include, but not limited to; type and breed of pet preferred, time available to interact with the pet, the space and environment available for that pet, among such other factors. It is because of such factors that one should never give pets as Easter gifts. A poor fit can mean the pet is sent to an animal shelter which is usually hard not only on the pet, but also on the person who received the pet as a gift.

5. It’s a Hectic and Busy Time 
Easter is usually a busy time of the year, and thrusting a pet in the mix is never a good idea. Even if you are sure that someone would like receiving a new pet as a present, doing so during the Easter holidays puts extra stress on them and the animal. During Easter celebrations, many families do not have the extra time needed to fully adjust to, and create a proper routine for caring for the new pet. The pet may end up eating the wrong things, escaping from the doors when left open by the visitors, or may even get neglected because there is so much going on during the Easter celebrations.

Alternative Gift Ideas
Instead of giving a pet as an Easter gift, there are many other alternative gifts to give the animal lover in your life. Some of them include, but not limited to

  • Giving them a gift certificate from the local shelter; the certificate covers the pet’s adoption fee, and allows the future pet owner to come in the animal shelter, and choose their very own pet.
  • Arranging for a loved one to volunteer at the animal shelter, or sponsoring a farmed animal on their behalf.
  • Giving them useful pet supplies (that is if they already have a pet), like a cat collar, a leash, a dog bowl, toys, a scratching post, treats, just to name a few.
  • Making a donation to the rescue center on their behalf.
  • Giving them a stuffed animal representing the shelter pet.

For further reading and ideas, please see our article – Pets As Gifts, Is It A Good Idea 

 

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If you liked this article, check out our other articles – Complete List Of Our Article and Videos

About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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