Pet lovers, animal rescuers, shelter volunteers, and animal advocates will enjoy reading Best Friends magazine.
Join the Inside Scoop community to gain more knowledge about your pet’s overall well-being.
If you’re in search of a community that can provide you with tried and tested tips on how to care for a fearful and/or reactive dog, this could be the Facebook group for you.
Community • Owners of reactive, skittish, and dangerous dogs can join this Facebook support group. Do you own a dog that’s been described as reactive, skittish, or dangerous? This private support group found on Facebook allows you to connect with other dog parents in the same boat. What is the criteria for joining? People interested… Continue reading Reactive, Skittish, Dangerous Dog Support Group
Join this community to get ethical, science-based training and behaviour information that can improve your reactive and/or aggressive dog’s behaviour.
This private Facebook group offers best practice methods of desensitization, counterconditioning, and positive reinforcement for dogs and other species.
This public Facebook group welcomes owners of sensitive dogs. Through this community, they can get advice, share tips, and get support from other anxious dog owners.
With over 15.8K members as of writing, this private Facebook group hopes to promote cat health, nutrition, and responsible pet ownership amongst Australian cat owners.
With 37,800+ members and counting, this private Facebook group welcomes owners of reactive and aggressive dogs to come together in a safe online venue.
Cats Universe is a members-only Facebook community that shares content focused on cat media, cat questions, cat interests, cat concerns, cat training, and cat health.
Cat lovers unite in this private Facebook support group, which focuses on helping owners understand and correct their cats’ problematic actions.
Got a cat that’s anxious, stressed, aggressive, fearful, or timid? This private Facebook group aims to help owners deal with these types of cats. It advocates the use of force-free, science-based training methods that are recommended by modern training organisations.
With close to 8,000 members, this public support group for dog parents aims to address questions related to training, support, and nutrition.