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New dog afraid of cats
Jun 29th, 2016 at 11:18am
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I acquired a 6 year old rat terrier who had never seen a cat before and I have 3 cats.    She is so afraid of these cats that she tries to kill them.   She hollers like someone is killing HER when she sees them.    I also have two other small dogs who is best friends with the cats.    Right now to let the cats out of the bedroom I have to put the rat terrier in her crate and then close up the cats for their safety and then switch them out again and let the dog out.  They are all inside animals.  The rat terrier (Hannah) is a sweet loving dog and has been very adaptable to the household except for the cats.  They really freak her out, I've never seen anything like it.  Any suggestions on how I can get this dog to accept the cats.
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Re: New dog afraid of cats
Reply #1 - Feb 27th, 2018 at 10:28pm
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How to calmed your dog down. Hope you made them all friends.
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