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Old 08-17-2009, 04:21 PM
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How to introduce a German Shepherd to cats

I found this German Shepherd dog and I am keeping him until I can find his owner. I dont know if he is good with cats. Hes about a year old, great with kids, other dogs, and ok with chickens. How is a good way to find out if he is good with cats and kittens? We put him on a leash and showed him them (2 kittens), but they dont like dogs yet and they hissed and he started barking. I didnt feel that our first apporach was the best way for introduction so im seeing if anyone has any other ideas that I might agree with and try
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Since hes not staying, give the dog only access to parts of the house with the help of baby gates and that way the cats can come and go as they choose between parts of the house.



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