Obedience classes help address behavioral issues in pets

07/6/2010 | Grand Rapids Press (Mich.), The

About 63% of American households own a pet, according to AVMA, with 10% to 20% of dogs and cats coming from animal shelters and rescue groups. Pets that come from adoption centers sometimes develop aggression and other behavioral issues, prompting some owners to resort to euthanasia or return the animals to the shelter. These problems can be addressed through training and obedience classes, animal behaviorists say.

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