Correcting attention-getting behaviors like jumping up, barking, meowing and climbing, can be difficult. It requires everyone in the house to respond to these behaviors in a certain way to decrease their frequency along with the training.
Attention-getting behaviors can be anything your pet does to get your attention. Dogs that jump up on you or bark at you, cats that meow or cry loudly, or knock things off of the table and climb up on your desk, any behavior that is annoying to you and gets the animal your attention could be just that. And every time you respond to the behavior you reinforce it.
In this class will we will discuss your pet's attention getting behavior, create a plan for correcting it, and offer tools for managing and changing the behavior. Often these behaviors have been in practice for some time and will require more than one session to resolve.