Although it's common knowledge that dogs and cats don't get along naturally, that doesn't mean they can't get along with one another.
When bringing these animals together as house pets, it is important to keep in mind a few things on the canine side of the equation.
If the dog is properly socialized and trained, almost any breed of dog will get along fine with cats, and this is especially true
true if the puppies of both species are raised together from an early age. The most important thing for Fido to do is to figure out how to stop bothering Mittens,
which is much easier said than done. In addition to that, there are certain groups of dog breeds that are known to get along better with felines
In general, dogs belonging to the Toy and Sporting breed groups are the most suitable for households with cats.
According to the American Kennel Club, both of these breed categories have a disposition that is kind and gregarious, which is the ideal personality trait for achieving family bliss.
The overall hunting and chasing impulses of terriers, hounds, and other herding breeds make them less than ideal companions for households that also include cats
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