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Regardless of the breed, it's important to remember that any dog's prey drive can come out, domesticated as they may be, they are still dogs. I adopted a Rescue Golden Retriever a little over a year ago who is about 6-7 and was a stray. I introduced him to my SPCA special Garfield tabby Jax. At first sight he chased the cat to the point where I thought he would kill him. I seperated them and reintroduced them very slowly over the next week and then like magic they were the best of friends. Koda (my Golden) has been fine with my parents cat and leaves him alone and they can share the house perfectly when I bring him over. Recently we've been encountering a VERY friendly cat on our walks that a neighbor keeps outdoors during most hours, and when I saw friendly, I mean friendly, this cat tried to follow us home. Koda is always very excited to see this cat, sniffs the butt like they do, but seems way to curious for my liking ... today when we passed by the cat, it came out to greet us and walked over to Koda, bumped him head into the dogs chest and walked around him with no fear and Koda lunged and before I knew it he had the whole cats head in his mouth. I have never seen anything like it. Thank God he listens and when I yelled "NO" he let go, thankfully the cat was perfectly ok, a little stunned maybe since I don't think Koda had time to really bite down, but it was a warning to never never never underestimate the primal instincts of an animal!
Utensils for the golden retriever and cats. One bowl for your pet is not enough. You will need two: one for feed and one for water. The water in the dog bowl should always be present, in sufficient quantity and fresh. But you should not remain the food in the bowl that are not eaten immediately, remove until the next meal or even throw away. To choose a bowl, perhaps, the easiest way is taken into account only the size of your golden retriever and cats.
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Some dog breeds just aren’t meant to live with cats. Bringing them home could spell disaster for a cat and heartache for the . Some dog breeds cat owners should be wary of include Jack Russell Terriers (and most other terrier breeds), Weimaraners, Doberman Pinchers and Greyhounds. While some can be trained to respect a household cat, they often still have strong prey drives that could lead them to attack and kill neighborhood cats, or even the family cat if left unattended. Generally cat-friendly breeds include Boxers, Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers, Poodles and . Each version of nintendogs + cats has nine breeds of puppies to choose from, plus all different body shapes and sizes for each breed of dog and cat. Your Golden Retriever or French Bulldog could be fluffier, chubbier, or even taller than the one your friend adopts. Keep up to three puppies or kittens in your room at once, and turn your place into a pet playground!Nintendogs + cats: Golden Retriever gameplay with my Golden Retriever puppy Sundance and my tabby cat Miu. Some of the words used in this video is Vietnamese but it does not affect the gameplay anyway.
Anyway the game looks MUCH better on 3D screen, which you couldn't see in this video.Golden retrievers, like other retrieving breeds, have a natural tendency to be gentle and have "soft mouths," since they've been bred to retrieve game for hunters carefully without mangling it. Goldens have a well-deserved reputation as good family dogs, because they are rarely aggressive. Although a young golden may be boisterous and want to chase cats, it's less likely to do any actual harm to them.Golden Retriever. This dog breed is regarded as one of the best for families. The Golden Retriever is naturally friendly, gentle and social, and tolerant of children and other pets in the household. They are excellent with cats because the breed is unlikely to play rough with your cat and will consider your cat a member of his family.Remember getting your Golden retriever and cat used to each other needs a lot of patience. By having some patience, knowing the traits of the individual pet and rewarding the good behavior, while ignoring the bad, most golden retriever dogs and cats are capable of, if not loving each other, at least tolerating each other.