How to stop small dog from wanting to attack cat?
I was just woken up by that b itch trapping and mauling him under and inside the recliner on the couch I was sleeping on with him screaming and crying. I threw her in the cage. She always wants to chase and attack him for no reason. People have told me its because she is the dominant b itch.
- The First DragonLv 73 weeks ago
In this case, the cat will teach the dog if you leave them alone.
- 3 weeks ago
Let it go attack the cat. IT will learn a great lesson... LEAVE CATS ALONE cause the can kick your little yappy butt. Animals have to teach other who is dominate and in charge.. Trying to keep them separate will just prolong the destiny that is bound to happen sometime.
- FunnelLv 43 weeks ago
It's fourth in field goal range. And it's good.
Ok, whats the next question?
- RichardLv 64 weeks ago
punt the dog .
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- MaxiLv 74 weeks ago
An untrained dog is the answer ANY dog who lives with a cat can be trained not to attack regardless of their prey drive......... so 100% your fault for allowing it
- bluebonnetgrannyLv 74 weeks ago
Dogs have chased cats for eons. It is nothing new but is something you can't stop. Your dog has a high prey drive & will chase anything that runs. Just make sure that the cat has lots of places it can get higher than the dog. This is just the typical dog behavior.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Get rid of the dog. Only answer.
- 4 weeks ago
My big strong American Staffordshire bull terrier can kill the cat in 5 seconds. Be tough get a pit man.
- JojoLv 74 weeks ago
I agree with Amos, that you sound like you prefer the cat to the dog.
Obviously the two animals do not get along and should be kept separate whenever possible ...OR re-home one of them.
The dog is just doing what most dogs do to cats, especially if the dog is a terrier type.
Its an age old thing, that dogs and cats do not get along.
But before I`m angrily corrected, Yes, I know there are plenty of dogs and cats living together that DO get along just fine.
Its all down to how the dog is socialised with felines when a puppy and also down to the dogs temperament and amount of prey drive it possesses.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
your the idiot for having a cat and dog, what did u think they would be good mates?