• let the cat scratch the pup
  • Let them work it out unless there is violence. Soon enough, that cat will put the puppy in it's place and they will be sleeping together like best buddies.
  • get a squirt bottle and fill it with water and everytiem it barks squirt him/her, and when he/she does something you dont like use it..or get a peice of newspaper roll it up and tape it and use it, you could hit something or smack it ( NOT TO HARD ) but a little and tell him/ her no and be very firm with your dog!
  • That's just what puppies do. He'll get the hint when the cat gets tired of him and lets him know it's time to stop.
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  • Teach him a Leave It command and then give him that instruction when he begins chasing. Depending on the breed it will be harder or easier to correct. Chasing is typically a breed instinct so it can take a little while to learn the House Rules that you want him to follow.
  • 12-20-2016 You wanted a cat and dog, and now you have them. Be happy. If you only had one, it would pester you for attention all the time.

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