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Irene   Rancho Cucamonga, CA

8/28/2008 5:22:00 PM

I think if you raise two or more different species together since they're young, they'll get along just fine no matter what.

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Nikki   Tampa, FL

7/20/2008 9:19:20 AM

This helped me when I got a new puppy and put it in the house with the family cat.

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amelia   sacramento, CA

7/6/2008 4:45:02 PM

thanks but i got all dogs so its okay

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gsdlover24/7   Bolingbrook, IL

6/12/2008 8:32:41 AM

Cool! I have 2 cats, bella and rosie and when we get our german shepherd, this will help!

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nathan   somewherein, OH

5/21/2008 10:26:54 AM


John 3:16


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Charlie   Overland Park, KS

5/1/2008 7:20:44 AM


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Charlie   Overland Park, KS

4/14/2008 12:09:42 PM


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Jess   des moines, IA

4/7/2008 12:12:55 PM

was very helpful thianks

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Carmen   Buffalo, NY

3/29/2008 11:40:09 AM

I have always had several different kinds of animals in the house and the dogs never acted weird or aggressive towards them. They were just curious and wanted to smell them. Dogs are very sweet and loving.

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Adela   Newark, NJ

3/23/2008 12:47:41 PM

I've always wanted a dalmation but I heard they are very needy dogs and I don't know if they would get along with my other dogs.


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Amanda   Winter Haven, FL

1/1/2008 7:01:54 AM

Thanks for the article. It can be hard to introduce animals.

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Erika   Unionport, OH

12/22/2007 8:43:30 AM

How about introducing an older cat to a puppy? I'm hoping that the house stays calm after a few days.

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Kristen   Concord, OH

12/22/2007 7:21:53 AM

In this artical I checked on caged birds, because I have a parakeet and my sister has a parakeet. My family also has two dogs. They are cavalier king charles spaniels. They are a bit interested in the birdies but thankfully they can't hurt them. Whats really cute is when the birds flap thier wings wildly and the dog jumps up and snaps the feathers that fall!

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Stephanie   Orlando, FL

12/17/2007 7:13:36 PM

With the right introduction and supervision it is a great joy. You always have to rember to match up the pets correctly. A hyper younger active playfull dog is not going to go well with an older less socallized

dog. Work with your rescue group or shelter to make sure your new addition to your family is the right match. Even when you dog you have is doing great with the new member, If everyone is gone all day a little puppie is going to have behavior problems and potty issues if left home all day even if you use crate training. Done right "The More Pets, the Merrier" brings Joy you never knew was possiable.

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Donna   Kent, OH

11/17/2007 5:37:38 AM

Wow, this article is great for helping households that already have existing pets that are not dogs. Great advice!

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asheigh   schellsburg, PA

10/12/2007 9:21:46 AM

This is a very good article

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