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Old 07-28-2008, 10:18 AM   #13
Grap
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Originally Posted by Teh Legacy View Post
I really hope it's just an issue of giving them time to warm up to each other. It's only been three days, so hopefully we'll see improvement as time goes on.

Does anyone have experience with shock collars? I absolutely hate the idea of shocking my dog, but at the same time, if that is the only thing that's going to get it through her head that the cat is a FRIEND NOT FOOD. . .
Just keep them seperated and allow them to 'meet' each other only when you are around. Correct the dog when he acts aggressively towards the cat, but don't discourage him from getting close to the cat.

I have a boxer and a pit-terrier....2 years later the boxer tollerates the cat, but the pit loves him and they have played together ever since I brought the cat home.
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