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9 Dog Breeds That Get Along With Cats

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We’ve all heard the term “fighting like cats and dogs.” And some classify the world into two groups: the cat lovers and the dog lovers. But what if you’re just an animal lover? Well, as the bumper stickers say, “Coexist.” When introducing a dog and cat for the first time, take it slow. You can even bring in a dog trainer to help.

All dogs are different, but in general, these are the dog breeds most likely to get along with cats.

1. Labrador Retriever

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Labs tend to be tolerant of most people and animals… even cats. They’re eager to please, and full of ruv.

2. Pomeranian

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About the same size as a cat, a Pom might mistake a kitty for one of its own. Well, probably not. But these affectionate pups are still pretty chill with cats.

3. Golden retriever

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The ultimate family dog accepts all family members, even furry felines.

4. Bichon Frise

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Known for their happy-go-lucky nature, Bichon Frises typically won’t be bothered by cats.

5. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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These dogs are the chillest of the chill. After a cat pounce, they’ll probably just roll over and go back to sleep.

6. Pug

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A pug won’t mind kicking back with the cats, as long as its hooman still gives it the attention it deserves.

7. Basset hound

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Basset hounds tend to be lazy relaxed, so they will most likely be apathetic to feline siblings.

8. Boxer

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As long as the cat doesn’t mind playing, a boxer should be a fine companion.

9. Shetland Sheepdog

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Shelties require a lot of grooming, but they’re intelligent and sweet-tempered — the perfect cat herder.

Featured image via @malmofrallan

 

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