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Change Unwanted Cat Behaviors. Does Punishment Work? What are Effective Alternatives? by Marilyn Krieger

  • Monday, October 21, 2013
  • 10:00 AM (PDT)
  • Wednesday, July 31, 2019
  • 11:00 AM (PDT)
  • recorded Webinar

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Change Unwanted Cat Behaviors. Does Punishment Work? What are Effective Alternatives?

with Marilyn Krieger



Join Marilyn Krieger for this exciting webinar on cat behavior. Many people resort to squirt bottles, cans that hiss, mats that shock, yelling, force and (positive) punishment in their efforts to stop unwanted cat behaviors.

Participants will learn whether these techniques work to change unacceptable behaviors and the common side effects of them. They will also learn effective, force-free methods for behavior change. In addition, the webinar will cover implementing these techniques to change 2-3 common cat behavior challenges.


Course Information


Learning Objectives:

  1. Side effects/consequences of using aversives and/or force to change unwanted cat behaviors
  2. Effective alternative techniques for changing behaviors that do not include aversives and positive punishment
  3. Details for modifying 2-3 specific and common behavior problems using force-free techniques

About The Presenter


Certified Cat Behavior Consultant MA, BA
Marilyn Krieger, Certified Cat Behavior Consultant and owner of The Cat Coach, LLC®

Marilyn solves cat behavior problems nationally and internationally through on-site, phone and Skype consultations. Marilyn, an award-winning author, also writes articles on cat behavior for Catster and the monthly behavior columns for Cat Fancy Magazine. Her book, Naughty No More! focuses on changing unwanted cat behaviors through clicker training, environmental management and other force-free methods.

In addition to consulting and writing, Marilyn teaches classes and lectures nationally on cat behavior. She frequently guests on television and radio programs, providing valuable insights on cat behavior. She was featured on Animal Planet’s Cats 101 and recently was the cat behavior advisor for a show aired on National Geographic.



CEU's Pending

IAABC 1 CEU

CCPDT 1 CEU

KPA 1 CEU


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