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PostSubject: Curious: What to people think about this protocol?   Curious:  What to people think about this protocol? EmptyMon Nov 03, 2014 12:34 pm

Dogs and cats...just came across this:

http://www.mydogspace.com/dogs-and-cats-how-to-make-your-dog-and-cat-become-friends-in-just-a-few-hours/
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PostSubject: Re: Curious: What to people think about this protocol?   Curious:  What to people think about this protocol? EmptyMon Nov 03, 2014 5:07 pm

I think there is no one size fits all solution. Nothing wrong with the idea, it will work for some but not for others. This is one of those training type things where approach and technique will vary based on the individuals (animals and people) in the scenario.

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PostSubject: Re: Curious: What to people think about this protocol?   Curious:  What to people think about this protocol? EmptyMon Nov 03, 2014 5:51 pm

we did something kind of like this when we introduced my adult cat to our adult husky mix when hubby and I moved in together. It worked. Did same a few years later with another cat and cat Rocky never stayed out in the open around dogs so I would say that it did not really work that time. So it is probably a case by case basis. This is actually a good method just can't cancel that prey drive on some huskies.

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PostSubject: Re: Curious: What to people think about this protocol?   Curious:  What to people think about this protocol? EmptyMon Nov 03, 2014 6:38 pm

Having 1 cat killed by my husky years and years ago, I am very, very wary. And I have just assumed Ami is the same but the last few days he has been much more distractable and controllable around Kitty so I am beginning to wonder if at least when I am outside with him, if I might be able teach Ami to leave her alone. It helped yesterday that Ami was worn out from Archer being here 5 days and Kitty just sat there and watched, did not run. However, my plan is still, if I am not out there, cat will be in safe place if Ami is wandering. (We are getting our Petsafe Yard Max system this week since Ami and Archer are so responsive to the ecollar even on vibration.)

Maybe I'll put some of kitty's bedding into Ami's crate...
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