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Yes, it is realistically possible, not only hypothetically. Research was done (I do not have ready any link) and it was proved that dogs can learn more than a few hundred words - and their meaning too. In our family, my dog (unusually big Pekinese) surely understands the meaning of the words for the following categories: names of the people in our family (...


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While there are strategies for training cats to refrain from jumping on tables and counters, they tend to be inconvenient for humans as well or have costs attached to them, e.g. placing aluminum foil on the surfaces placing double-sided tape on the surfaces motion-sensor triggered scary-noise generators Other approaches, like the spray bottle punishment, ...


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First, I think it is helpful if you start thinking of it in terms of personality instead of attitude. Cats, much like humans, are who they are. There is no way of forcing her to become your ideal pet. That said, there are things you can do to encourage them to play together. Try playing with your older cat while your younger cat observes from a safe distance....


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To answer your question in a general way (I will provide more detail, when you have answered my comment) The litter should be comfortable for the rabbit. Many rabbits like a "soft" cover, for example straw or paper shavings at the top. You could try to cover your usual litter with this. Some rabbits even like to take a nap onto this "bedding&...


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I cannot provide any objective, scientific studies, but our dog learned to respond to different people using different words for his name or commands. One member of my family likes to call him by a pet name that sounds close to his actual name and he reacts to both. One family member uses a specific whistle sound (that no-one else can reproduce) to call him ...


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Yes, your dog can relearn a trick. Most likely, they never truly forgot it. It will take practice and patience, but if you can devote at least 15 minutes of training session each day, your dog will slowly remember. Also, try to see if your dog can perform the trick without the incentives of a treat during a random part of the day. Be supportive and kind to ...


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