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Question DetailsAsked on 5/24/2011

Are there breeds of cats or dogs that don't get along?

People who own both cats and dogs seem to have pretty stable households, at least as far as the animals are concerned... the felines do their thing, the canines do theirs, and the humans keep the food coming.

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I grew up in a house where we had both cats and dogs at the same time and we never had any problems. We had more problems with the toy poodle trying to attack the German shephard than the cats and dogs trying to attack each other. My sister has both cats and dogs now. Sammers kitty does his own thing and the dogs do their own thing. Granted, Kitty didn't play well with the other dogs, but he didn't play well with humans either. That's just a really bad stereotype that needs to be put to rest. I think it depends on how well you socialize the animals (and their personalities).

Answered 7 years ago by Chastity1053




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