Video Chat Kitten And Cat Training Consultations

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Cat training can be difficult to find outside of a metropolitan area, so Beyond the Dog’s Video Chat Cat Training is the perfect option.
Behaviors Typically Covered
  • House soiling
  • Furniture scratching
Frequency of Training
The frequency of training and the number of sessions is strictly dependent on your cat’s behavior. Normally, each session meets weekly or biweekly. Each session is an hour-long.
What to Expect
While over video chat, your cat trainer will go over the training protocol or treatment they have developed based on your cat’s behavior. Cat owners train their cats by following the guidelines provided. During sessions, owners can ask questions about their cat’s training. In addition, trainers will observe progress, provide advice, and more during the video chat sessions.
The cost is $140 per session.

It can be difficult finding a cat trainer in a rural or a smaller metropolitan area. So, Beyond the Dog has developed Video Chat Cat Training to help those who could really benefit. This program helps treat various problem behaviors or helps start training the right way. The program can also help cats learn basic manners.

During the first session, the trainer will develop a plan for your specific cat. Each program is suited to the needs of your cat’s behaviors. Then, the trainer will go over the program to ensure it fits your needs. The trainer provides feedback, tutorials, and advice throughout the entire program, so you feel confident in what you are doing. Additional support is available via phone or email at no additional cost.

Beyond the Dog is proud to offer Video Chat Cat Training for those outside of our three major service areas! Contact us today for details or to start enrollment.

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