Cat Training

for NH, ME & VT

Our Cat Training Promise
Cat training is an enjoyable experience with College for Pets. We work closely with you from start to finish to make sure that you and your feline friend kindle the best relationship possible.


Cats CAN Be Trained!
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Behavior Concerns

From simple annoyances to complex behavior problems, cat training works.

Avoid these common problems:

  • Furniture Scratching
  • Litter Box Usage
  • Urine Marking
  • Aggression
  • Anxiety
  • Boredom
  • Phobias

Help us understand the issues you are having by completing our Behavior History Form.

Useful Skills

With a bit of patience, cat training can be easy. In just a few days you can teach them to:

  • Use the toilet – Get rid of the litter box!
  • Walk on a harness, giving them safe access to the outdoors
  • Crating for vet visits no longer a struggle

Our Cat Training Programs
  • The Cat Program
    • Two in-home lessons within 20 miles of Holderness, NH
    • Clicker, treat pouch and target stick
    • Reward item variety pack
    • Enrichment items
    Investment: $500

    Each mile beyond the included 20 miles is $5.00 per mile, up to a maximum distance of 30 total miles. Consider our Distance Training option if you live more than 30 miles from our campus.
    After completing the Behavior History, contact us to schedule.

  • Distance Training
    • Perfect for cat parents worldwide
    • 2 Distance Training Sessions
      via Zoom (online video conference) or Email
    • Reviewing of photo and video submissions
    • Custom. printable modification plan
    Tuition: $400

    After completing the Behavior History, contact us to schedule.

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Cat Training Questions and Answers
Can you teach my cat to be friendly?

Every animal has its own unique personality. Some are just naturally more friendly than others. However, we can determine if there are underlying reasons for aggression or fear and address them during training sessions. Many times this results in a happier, friendlier pet. Help us understand the issues you are having by Completing our Behavior History Form.

My older cat does not like my new cat. Can you help them become friends?

We can show you ways to properly introduce and socialize your cats. We find that with a little bit of time and encouragement, most cats learn to live together in harmony.

Serving New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont
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We train dogs, cats and other animals

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  • Littleton Cat Behavior Training
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  • Campton Doggy Day Care
  • Bradford, VT Service Dog Training