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  1. Sheltie and cat playing

    Dog Training Forum
    I have two pets: a Sheltie named Bliss and a cat named Luke. We've had Bliss since she was a puppy, and we adopted Luke earlier this year. Both animals are about a year and a half old. I've had dogs my entire life but not cats, so this is my first experience having a dog and a cat. Bliss is...
  2. Flee, and tick, and heartworm, and tapeworm, and...not my

    General Dog Forum
    So I have three dogs and two cats. Not personally all mind but they live together. And finding a medication that covers the most areas of protecting them helps save money so we're not buying tons of different pills. I read this article (below) comparing brands and, in my opinion, K9 Advantix and...
  3. Resident cat having accidents since new puppy

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    From the moment I got my cat (at 8 weeks) she was using her litter box and has never had an accident. Until last night. I woke-up to a puddle next to my bed. My puppy is crated at night and she has free roam, so the culprit was obvious. Has this happened to any one? Any solutions? Dog: 11...
  4. New here and need advice (with pictures)

    Attention All New Members
    Hi there! My husband and I recently adopted a sort-of second-chance mixed/mutt/street dog. Her name is Lyra; her previous owners named after the little girl from The Golden Compass (which I love). We really love Lyra, but we're not sure if she's going to work in our house now because we have two...
  5. Socialize Cat and New Dog?

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    I'm getting a 9 week old puppy on Friday and I'm a little worried about introducing and socializing it with my cat. We've socialized her with a bird and rabbit in the past but nothing as big as a puppy. Also, the breed is large full-grown so he's a bit bigger then him. Can you give me any advice...
  6. *headdesk* Really, cat? Really?

    Dog Training Forum
    It seems our cat is finally aware that the puppy is not going anywhere. While Brady has improved tenfold around the cat (cat can literally walk by brushing against his nose and he won't react), the cat has decided this is HIS house and Brady comes second. :doh: This morning, the cat literally...