Tips For A Smoother Transition Of An Outdoor Pet To Indoor Living

Yes, it is possible to transition your outdoor pet to indoor living but it may take a substantial amount of time and effort. Cats that are confined indoors instinctively use the litter box and the call of the wild may not be as strong when they have lots of physical and mental stimulation indoors. They won’t have time to pine because they have cat trees, kitty condos, window perches, interactive toys that will keep them busy. Regular interaction with their owners and other pets in the household will also help go a long way in having a stress-free transition from an outdoor to an indoor life. 

As for dogs, they have higher risks of developing undesirable behaviors while staying outdoors, which can, however, be managed or modified with proper training, consistency, and tons of patience. In some cases, the help of a professional dog trainer may be needed to address behavior issues that may be displayed by dogs that are transitioned to indoor living.

Consult your veterinarian Forest Hill, MD for more helpful tips on keeping your pet safe and happy as he transitions from an outdoor life to living indoors.


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