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How do dogs learn new words?

Dogs naturally communicate with body language, but are able to learn words and commands, too. Here’s how Fido masters the English language. When you want to teach your dog a new trick, chances are you use a verbal command such as “sit” or “stay.” Though words come easily to us, our canine companions often understand visual cues and even the tone of our voices better, making a hybrid approach to learning most effective for Fido. A study published in Psychology Today found that dogs use their keen sense of hearing to discern between words that stand for commands, objects and praise. By measuring dogs’ brain patterns, researchers found that unfamiliar words activated the auditory cortex more than commands a dog already knows, meaning our four-legged friends pay more attention to new words. This allows them to work harder to determine what these unfamiliar combinations of sounds mean, likely assisting as your pet works to understand a new word or phrase. Because he has already learned that certain sounds stand for certain things, he understands that new sounds can stand for new objects or commands. Known as sharpening, this phenomenon helps your pet associate the word with its meaning and, eventually, learn new phrases. Dogs evolved with people and have a strong desire to please their human family members, so they can be highly motivated to learn the words we use most often. Each auditory connection takes practice, however. If you want to expand your pet’s vocabulary, start by ensuring all members of your household use the same word for the same command or object. For example, if you say “stay,” but your partner says “wait,” it will only slow the learning process as your pet masters this new command. Short words are easier to learn the long ones, so try to stick to one- or two-syllable commands, if possible. Because dogs naturally communicate with their body language, it can help to attach a visual command such as a hand motion or head nod with a new command. Be sure to maintain consistency in these motions, too. Dogs are attuned to our energy, so be aware of your body language and how it matches the word you are trying to teach your pet. Encourage him with plenty of praise when he correctly recognizes a new word or command. Food is a language we all understand, so use treats for positive reinforcement, too. With a little practice and consistent training, you can help your four-legged friend expand his vocabulary and set of tricks.

Are cat cafes good for cats?

Cat cafes are wildly popular among animal loves, but the business model is nuanced when it comes to treating resident felines right. Since the first cat café opened in in Taiwan 1998, the concept has become popular among feline aficionados across the globe. While customers flock to these establishments for an interactive experience with the shops’ feline residents, some animal rights activists question whether the business model is truly humane for its four-legged fellows. Cat cafes marry traditional coffee shops with the experience of interacting with cuddly cats. Behind most of cafes’ business models is the underlying goal to help shelter cats get adopted by moving animals out of the shelter and into a temporary space in which they can thrive and interface with potential pet owners. However, opponents of the businesses argue that business and philanthropy can create opposing goals and, in some cases, lead to an unhealthy environment for the cats and customers. Not all cats are suited for a cat café. Felines must be well-socialized, as well as up-to-date on all of their vaccines. Routine health checks are a key component of maintaining a healthy group resident felines, as cats live together in a group and any illness can easily spread between them in the café environment. Likewise, the café itself must be well-managed to ensure a sanitary experience for its customers. Though many cat cafes run a scintillating business, feeding, watering, cleaning litter boxes, and maintaining an overall clean space for a dozen or so felines can be a true labor of love for cat café staff. The cafes navigate health codes by keeping kittens and coffee separate, such as in two distinct rooms with a large glass pane between them. This allows business owners to separate animals from food and beverages, and typically involves two separate entrances for the two sides of the business. A well-run cat café also requires provision of a suitable space for the cats themselves. While the concept can prove great for socializing shelter animals, cats naturally need alone time and tend to rely on small groups for stability. Strangers may stress even the friendliest felines, so cat successful café owners must find a way to balance their animals’ needs with the desire to socialize and adopt them out into loving homes. One sign a cat café has its feline residents’ wellbeing at the core of its business model is the provision of spaces for cats to hide when they need a break from strangers’ affection. Another mark of a responsible establishment is clear rules posted about how to interact with the cats, such as refraining from picking up, chasing or roughhousing the animals. Conscientious customers should avoid cat cafes that tout pure-bred companions, as this removes the benefit of helping shelter cats find homes. The presence of healthy elderly cats is another sign of a humane business, as this help improve chances that these animals are adopted. As with any business, cat cafes can be run well or poorly. In this case, however, the wellbeing of animals is at stake along with the businesses’ success. Look for signs of healthy, well-cared-for resident felines when choosing to patronize a cat café.

How to replace dogs’ problem behaviors using differential reinforcement

Many dog owners struggle with their pets’ bad habits, but do not want to punish them. Differential reinforcement offers another option. Many dog owners struggle with their companions’ problem behaviors, but do not like the idea of punishing their pets. Fortunately for pet parents, differential reinforcement swaps bad behaviors for better ones without the need to scold your four-legged friend. Differential reinforcement is a complex name for a relatively simple concept: By replacing problem behaviors with more desirable actions, you can reduce bad behaviors in pets. This is done through positive reinforcement of incompatible behaviors, or actions that cannot take place at the same time as the undesired habit. By rewarding the more desirable action, you make it easy for your pet to choose the preferable behavior, reducing bad habits without ever needing to punish your pet. To start differential reinforcement of other behavior, it is crucial to pick a replacement behavior that cannot take place at the same time as the unwanted habit. For example, if your dog is prone to jumping on guests as they enter your home, you may choose the “sit” command as your alternative. Start your pet’s practice in a quiet spot with very few distractions and no other people. As he begins to master the alternative commend in this setting, slowly add distractions to his training. You can do this by practicing in your backyard, during walks, and even in a dog park. Eventually, when you feel confident Fido has mastered the command, you can practice in the scenario that triggers his problem behavior. Begin this phase of training with your dog on a leash to help maintain control over the environment, as allowing him to continue a problem behavior only reinforces the habit. Likewise, even negative attention such as scolding can be a reward to some pets, so avoid reinforcing any unwanted actions as much as possible. In the example above, this means asking guests to turn away and not acknowledge your pet if he begins to jump on them. Instead, ask your dog to sit and as soon as he performs the command, reward him with treats, praise and attention. This will be especially effective if you use high-value treats such as meat or cheese during the early stages of training. As with any training, practice makes perfect. It is common to experience setbacks as you introduce the alternative behavior in trigger situations, so be patient with your pet. It may take more than a few attempts to achieve the desired outcome, so do not push your pet too hard during any given training session, as you and your dog will both lose focus and become frustrated. Over time, your companion should learn to seek the reward rather than repeat bad habits, replacing problem behaviors with more desirable actions.
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