Whenever cats and dogs are mentioned in the same sentence, it is often used to describe chaos or conflict. It may or may not come as a surprise that dogs and cats can actually get along splendidly. However, dogs and cats remain natural enemies and as such, for them to get along human management is essential.
Typically, when dogs and cats clash, it is usually caused by the dog. Dogs have a naturally high prey drive, therefore they tend to excitedly chase after smaller animals. Cats will subsequently react in fear to defend themselves.
If you have a dog or cat and you want to introduce them to each other, the good news is that your home is not a natural habitat, hence the rules of natural enmity do not apply (with a little persuasion of course). Here are some useful tips to help you properly introduce your cat and dog:
To answer the question "can dogs and cats get along?" The answer is YES. Cats and dogs may display a natural tendency to fight but they can be best of friends if properly introduced to each other. Whisker Hut loves both cats and dogs. Keep us in mind for your pet supply needs. Like, comment and share.
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