Cat Care : How to Train a Cat & Dog to Like Each Other Without Attacking

When cats and dogs live together, the cat should be able to access its litter box without interference. Train cats and dogs to live in harmony with tips from…

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  1. Nick Post
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    Excellent video! I’m going to try this stuff when I bring my new kitty

  2. ComputerNerdGirl14
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    Your cat is very cute what type of cat do you have we are thinking of
    having one and we have a dog.

  3. jessa sawyers
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    i have a cat and a dog but i have a new cat what should i do to get along

  4. juan miranda
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    Ok so this video is for people with dogs that harass cats. Well my dog
    tries to love my cat while my cat (who is usually really calm) goes crazy
    when the dog gets near him. He jumps on top of my dog biting him and
    scratching him and my dog doesnt get violent with my cat he allways just
    cries and runs to safety. And when i try to get my cat off my dog my cat
    turns on me trying to bite and scratch me. Is there anything i can do here?

  5. TeeM TeeV
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    I hate this id did not learn any of this

  6. goeb16
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    I’m surprised she didn’t mention scents. Having the cat and dog know each
    others’ scents is a pretty important aspect, especially in the beginning

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  8. JillTheOddity
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    I got a new dog (husky/shepard) she was 1 year old. We already had 3 cats.
    When we first introduced them, the dog lunged, but wagged her tail.
    whenever one walks by she barks furiously. We HAVE to leave them all home
    alone tomorrow, and i dont want to come home to a dead cat.

  9. TheZoobinator
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    My dog is fine with my cat. Infact she is scared of him. A German shepard!
    It’s my cat I have a prob with. He is always hissing and raring up what do
    I doo

  10. jaeluv82
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    I’m a girl……..

  11. Siaan Williams
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    Would this be the same for two cats ? please reply

  12. ThePod4g
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    Oh I was thinking you were a dude and you sounded girly. So I guess that’s
    a good thing if you’re a girl.

  13. ThePod4g
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    You sound like a really manly man.

  14. TheDct88
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    i have a dobie x staffy, we have 6 cats and she loves them all, but one of
    them got out and got pregnant… now we have a tiny fluffball running
    around, he is 8 weeks old and gets along with lucy (dog), but the mother is
    now extremely aggressive to the dog, they used to be friends, the dog
    dosent harm the mother she is just curious to whats going on, is there any
    way i can restore peace in the house? many thanks Dave

  15. ramio1983
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    I introduced my Husky and my cats when they were both young. I did what you
    did at first, look at each other through screens and associate myself to
    both of them by positive means, they got along pretty much right away and
    now many years on they are great friends.

  16. keh101010
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    i think this will work for me

  17. fluttershy fluttershy
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    aww wheres you video about training your cat to go outside?

  18. Alondra Arreguin
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    that cat is the twin of my cat. omg~

  19. Niuqorram
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    But my dog is a chihuahua, and I am getting a kitten. Is it the same?

  20. wassupman911 .
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    aww ur yellow lab is so cute

  21. ThePod4g
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    Probably because it is a siamese cat, dumbass.

  22. drawlozz
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    Does this work with an airdale and 2 rabbits?!?!

  23. Frau Regner
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    What do I do if we don´t have a cat door or a place for my cat to jump?

  24. jaeluv82
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    nono lol i’m a girl, thank god I am haha ;p I wouldn’t want to be a girly
    guy. (no offense to any girly guys out there).

  25. lacrossemenrok
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    man this video is very helpful!!! keep it up you guys! 🙂 🙂

  26. jaeluv82
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    My bro has had this cute kitten with him for a while, but recently he got a
    dog. When the 2 pets first met, the dog was totally uninterested he
    wouldn’t even look at her, probably because he’s really old. But cookie,
    the kitten, was so freaked out she was running around the house jumping on
    the sofa and other high things. I have no idea how to get her used to the
    dog! I really don’t want her to be afraid.

  27. Natalie Rosine
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    I dont get it o.e

  28. Lumpz Clown
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    Great advice! I have a pitbull/german shepherd mix and a 9-year old cat who
    was here first. Disinterest is what we are aiming for!

  29. Dunja Cetkovic
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    shut the fuck up you idiot!

  30. johnnyboyzzle11
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    Dis hoe wearin’ black and tryna hold a cat?

  31. M Gibson
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  32. Chloe da Cat
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    @haseeb1399 u dont train a cat to live with them. u teach it that it is not
    interesting and u praise it for ignoring the bird

  33. GlamssCouturex33
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    Hi, I just got a 3month old yorkie (male), and I have had my cat (male) for
    about 5 years. Im trying to get them comfortable with each other. My cat
    hisses at my pup from time to time. And now im petrofied to leave the puppy
    on the floor when near the cat. Someone help me pleaseeeeee, I need advice

  34. Cap'n Miyuki
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    I think we should mention that dogs with a high prey drive (such as huskys,
    rodegian ridgebacks, and malamutes) should not ever be trusted with cats
    unsupervised. I just recently got a husky puppy and we already have a 4
    year old cat, and just because the husky will be trained to not attack the
    cat, we will never trust her alone.

  35. Dylan McBean
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    my dog is sane, its the cat that hurts my dog

  36. neuregel
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    my cat looks exactly like that siamese cat.

  37. Xavier Hoskins
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    This would be good info… on planet opposite.

  38. lolkayla100
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    I am getting a new cat soon and we currently have 1 cat and 2 dogs. Will
    the dogs react a little better since there’s already a cat in the
    household. And they are a labrador retriever, she’s like 12, and a
    chihuahau (srry I can’t spell) terrier mix, and she’s, well she’s not the
    nicest animal in the world!!

  39. CichlidAsh
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    @fellowismellow I would think it does come down to the individual dog and
    cats personality more than breeds to a degree. Remember that a dog should
    always respect you as the pack leader and you should if you do that a dog
    will respect that the cat is part of the pack is you say it is. Still
    exercise caution untill both are very familer with each other.

  40. Isabel Rivas
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    This was a very, very helpful video for me.

  41. MochaGurl90
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    still having trouble after doing this,but I thumbs up on the video! I will
    give them time i guess

  42. azza911
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    fuck you the ccat sctratched by mom cuz of u motha fucka police on horse
    woop woop

  43. boxinmatt
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    @JillTheOddity good news or bad ??

  44. j HUssAIN
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    really really good video thanks alot im looking to get a staff and cat but
    dunno which way to go about it

  45. KpopKayla
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    HELP! what if i dont have a see-through door like you do to separate them
    but for them to see each-other?

  46. nadya carissa
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    A glass?

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