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You may not have a cat, or a cat may not like your dog (or vice versa). Read the tips below for more information about how to avoid problems between cats and dogs.

Cat-Dog Issues

How to Prevent Cat-Dog Issues

How to Deal with Cat-Dog Issues

Cats and Dogs Are Not Aggressive

1. Cats generally do not like dogs.

2. Dogs generally do not get along with other dogs.

3. Cats and dogs do not get along with other cats.

4. It is possible for some cats and dogs to coexist peacefully.

5. Cats and dogs can be taught not to be aggressive.

6. There are many things that can happen during a fight between a cat and a dog.

7. If a cat and a dog are ever to get along, they must be raised in the same household from a young age.

8. You must be willing to go through a process of socialization and training.

9. You must have the will to train and socialize your dog and cat.

10. You must be willing to take in and care for a cat or dog with the intent of training and socializing it.

11. Cats and dogs are not aggressive by nature.

12. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

13. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

14. Cats and dogs are not aggressive by nature.

15. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

16. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

17. Cats and dogs are not aggressive by nature.

18. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

19. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

20. Cats and dogs are not aggressive by nature.

21. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

22. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

23. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

24. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

25. Cats and dogs are not aggressive by nature.

26. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

27. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

28. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

29. There are many different ways to deal with problems between cats and dogs.

30. There are many different ways to prevent problems between cats and dogs.

31. Cats and dogs are not aggressive by nature.

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