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I am often asked how to make a new puppy (or dog) get along with the family cat or cats
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Six tips for those who are bringing a new puppy into a house full of cats.
Don't worry, though. Your cats will learn to adjust to the new puppy. Here are a few things you can do to make the transition as smooth as possible. Life with Your Puppy | nintendogs + catsHero Cat Rescues Tiny Puppy From Ditch | Life With CatsCan Cats Eat Puppy Food? - Pets
Cartoon animals may drum up hilarious antics, but millions of real-life cats and dogs have learned to love (or at least respect) one another. Perhaps that's why millions of pet owners feel their house isn't complete until they've added a puppy a feline to the family. It's easy, as long as you stick to a few steps.But don’t kid yourself: it will pose a challenge to bring a new puppy home into your household where you’ve long-had kitties roaming (or as they see it – “managing the house’s four-legged affairs”). After all, cats are quite set in their ways, creatures of habit, and are usually happy to keep things the way they are without you off and adding to the equation. Cats and kittens meeting puppies for the first time compilation. Videos of cat first encounter with new puppy. Funny cats and cute puppies interacting with each other in this new compilation. Check out other videos on mihaifrancu: Funny dogs meeting cute baby animals compilation. Talking cats saying "no" to bath. Top 10 funny monkey videos compilation. Best of cute baby animals compilation. And more.

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Artist: We have had dogs in foster homes that have done well with resident cats, come nose to nose with them, and had no fear. Given that experience, that same dog is going to logically assume that any cat is friendly. Most likely the dog will approach a new cat with curiosity, but also without due caution. If the family cat is not used to dogs, the chances of it taking a swipe with sharp claws is very possible. This can happen with even the most benign puppy or dog that has had only a good experience with cats in the foster home. If your cat has not lived with dogs and not seen dogs, it will be fearful.According to the American Humane Association (AHA) this is very important, and is actually something I can attest to. You might want to try to find a breed of puppy that is known for being a bit lower-key (for example don’t get a Jack Russell Terrier) if you have senior cats at home already. Try getting a smarter breed of pup or rescue pup for the cats you have that are trained, etc. Smart recognizes smart.The most important thing is that the resident cat knows there is a new member of the family. By introducing the new dog or puppy on a leash to the cat, and keeping the dog at a reasonable distance, one is playing it safe for everyone. The cat needs to see the dog, know it will be in the home, but on first sight, not have nose to nose contact. Never just allow the dog to walk up to your cat on its first contact. Some cats will hide and some will protest by not using the litter box. In most cases it can take one to three weeks for a cat to accept a new pet.