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Post by I❤dogs on Wed May 17 2017, 13:42

I think rewarding Rebel for gentle interactions with the cats is working. He wouldn't do anything to my female cats but he was being very rough with Crash my young male cat. Crash is so soft & loving & just lies meowing when he gets hurt. They are building a nice bond lately
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Post by -Ian- on Wed May 17 2017, 13:54

That's a cracking pic Laura Big Grin


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Post by I❤dogs on Wed May 17 2017, 14:01

Thanks Ian, I had to share that one
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Post by Jnestie84 on Wed May 17 2017, 19:33

What a great photo. There would be 0% chance of getting Gus to do that Laughing
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Post by Jenc on Wed May 17 2017, 19:37

What a good boy he is, great pic Love Struck


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Post by I❤dogs on Wed May 17 2017, 19:43

Thank you, I think it's a great pic too. Crash even follows us on the dogs walks lol
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Post by Danzo on Thu May 18 2017, 12:39

my bengal and my staffy play fight alot but recently the dog is relentless he wont leave the cat alone and he is biting the cats head now i am sure its not hurting the cat but its relentless he literally wont relax when the cat is around i am worried its going to get worse as chase gets bigger i dont want him hurting the cat =/ any ideas to curve it?
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Post by I❤dogs on Thu May 18 2017, 13:01

That is exactly what Rebel was doing. My female cats just give Rebel a warning look & he leaves them so poor soft Crash was getting it non stop. I've been working on biting in general & teaching gentle. With the cat I've had to supervise a lot & get him to play with me instead to lure him away. Then when he was tired & calm around Crash start rewarding & saying gentle. I think it's just being persistent & stepping in before cat play gets into the hyper excited stage
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Post by Mia05 on Fri May 19 2017, 10:58

Awww what a fabulous photo Love Struck


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