Pet Care & Training

The bond between humans and animals is unmistakable. It is a bond, however, that is easily broken by misunderstanding, frustration, and fear when animals display either health or temperament problems. When not clearly understood these problems pose a threat to pets in a number of ways. Pets may be abused, surrendered to shelters, abandoned, given away or sold.

Pet problems are people problems. Our hope is to reduce or even eliminate the problems that cause pets to become unwanted. As most pet owners are well aware, behind every educated pet is a well-trained person.

Check out Dumb Friends League of Denver Colorado for help with specific behavior problems, training issues and health concerns for your pets. These are just some of the topics addressed at this site.

  1. Dog Behavior
    • Fearful dogs
    • Puppy behaviors
      • Nipping
      • Chewing
      • Development
      • Housetraining
    • Separation anxiety
    • Dog dominance
    • Dog aggression
    • Introducing new pets to resident pets
    • Barking
    • Destructiveness
    • Digging
    • Crate training
  2. Cat Behavior
    • Aggression
    • Litter box problems
    • Introducing cats
    • Indoors or out
    • Behavior and development of kittens
    • Fearful cats
    • Destructive scratching
  3. Small Pet Care
    • Ferrets
    • Gerbils
    • Guinea pigs
    • Hamsters
    • Mice
    • Rabbits
    • Rats
  4. Seasonal Pet Care & Other Pet Related Advice

For questions relating to your pet problem please call us at 701-775-3732 or email us at gfhumane@yahoo.com.

Other Pet Behavior, Training and Health Links

Petfinder- Pet Training                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dog Days USA
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Canis Major

Please use these sites to answer questions on pet behavior, training and health issues. It is important to address pet/people problems in order for your pet to be a content family members and to prevent pets from becoming shelter statistics.