Some breeds of dogs are more likely than others to get along with cats. Here is a small list.
Dogs and cats are known to be two rivals. However, some dog breeds are more open than legend says and know how to appreciate their feline counterparts.
Here are 10 of these dog breeds that we know are likely to maintain a good cohabitation with cats …
1. The Bichon Frize
The Bichon Frize is very friendly with cats. Sometimes even maybe a little too much for the latter when they want to spend time alone.
2. The Beagle
The Beagles are; originally, hunting dogs which used to be in packs. It is natural for them to consider themselves in a group when they are in the presence of cats.
3. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
It is a breed of dogs that approximates in size to cats, which puts them on a level playing field. While they’re not aggressive, they won’t let it go when their feline roommate is.
4. The Border Collie
Border Collies are herding dogs that are used to other animals. They are also renowned for their love of children, which makes them equally affectionate with cats.
5. The Labrador Retriever
The Labrador Retriever is a dog full of enthusiasm. If he can chase cats he doesn’t know, he won’t do the same with his feline roommates.
6. The Golden Retriever
Golden Retrievers are naturally gentle and affectionate dogs. They will get along very well with both men and cats.
7. The Continental Miniature Spaniel
The Continental Miniature Spaniel is similar in size to cats, but it is also playful in nature. He will not distinguish between a human or a feline playmate.
8. The Pug
The Pug enjoys the company of men and cats. It is a dog that does not like loneliness and can suffer from anxiety in the event of separation.
9. The English Bulldog
English Bulldogs seem to be cranky but they are actually real love balls just begging to be accompanied.
10. The Basset Hound
Basset Hounds appreciate the presence of men and cats. Their lazy nature makes them naturally prone to cajoling.