CLAWGUARD Launches New Cat Training Tape to Growing Portfolio

Amber Johnson-Drake
Clawguard helps pet owners develop a stronger relationship with their pets by keeping their pets and homes safe. The latest cat training tape by Clawguard will now protect the owner’s house from clawing, scratching, and unnecessary jumping of the pet cats.

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Why do pets cause damage?

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Why do pets cause damage? Cats instinctively keep their claws healthy and functional by scratching, which removes their claws’ dead outer sheath. Then, newer and sharper nails grow to add an extra layer of protection. No matter the reason why your pet is scratching, CLAWGUARD is here to prevent the problem from happening in the future. 

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CLAWGUARD launches Universal Scratch Shields

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The announcement comes in response to the recent increase in pet adoptions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and an increase in the potential for damage around the home. Knowing this expensive damage is one of the leading reasons families return their pets to shelters and rescues, CLAWGUARD did what it does best: create an affordable solution to foster better relationships between families and their pets. This time, it’s through CLAWGUARD Universal Scratch Shields.

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How To Train A Cat

Robbi Hess

Have you ever wondered if it's possible to train a cat? You may not be able to train your cat to fetch your slippers, bring in the newspaper or fetch a stick, but cats can be trained to do tricks that are both fun and useful. December has been designated national cat month and because of that we want to share our favorite tricks that you can train the family cat to do. Training cats is fun. Training your cat is a great way to bond with him.

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Cats Crave Human Companionship

Robbi Hess
It is “easier” to leave a cat home alone because many pet parents provide litter boxes for their cats and that means your cat won’t need to be walked to relieve herself during the day. But if your cat is the only cat in the house, she will get lonely and bored. In her boredom your couches, chairs, window sills and even door frames may pay the price. Cats scratch to alleviate boredom as well as scratching because it is an instinctual behavior

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Tips For Cat First Aid

Beke Lubeach
Would you know if your cat is in distress? If your cat were injured would you know how to help? Do you have a cat first aid kit on hand to assist your cat if an accident should befall her? Remember, at home first aid doesn’t replace a trip to your veterinarian, but you are your pet’s first line of defense.

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