Train your kittens to use a litter pad. The younger they are, the easier it is to train them to follow your lead. To help cut down on any problems and ensure a smoother training period, here are some of the tips that you’ll want to put to good use.
Don’t Move the Pad Around
You want to be consistent with your efforts, and consistency thrives on familiarity. That means you can’t move the potty pad around. Keep it at the same place until your cats learn to go to the pad by themselves.
Pick the Right Spot
Once your kitties start going to the cat litter pads by themselves, then that’s the perfect time to move them closer to the door or outside. That is, if you want your cats to pee outside. That’s one way to transition them to the yard eventually.
You can also use treats to reward your pets. However, don’t go overboard with them. You might think you’re giving your pets something that they love—and to an extent, that’s true. But too many sweets could affect their kidneys and lead to health complications that you’d want to prevent instead.
Add a Collar
If your pets have trouble using the pads and keep peeing all over, use a collar, so you’ll know where your pets are. The collar also makes it easier to spot them. Cats, especially, don’t often answer to their humans, so it might even be harder to find out where they’ve done their business. A collar helps you pinpoint their locations.
Talk to a Vet
If your cat isn’t using the potty pad enough or is using it too much, there might be something wrong. You’ll want to talk to a vet. Bring your pet over to find out if it’s sick and if that’s causing the potty-training problems PetsWorld Online Pet Supply.
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