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I adopted a-1 year-old female dog in regards to a year before. I have 2 cats who was raised with dogs and like dogs. When my dog first arrived, the first couple of days she was subdued-- being in a new surrounding - but then she wished to play tough with all the cats... which did not set too well with them. The cats run and once we try to have all of them in the same room together when watching TELEVISION, etc she chases. I have been keeping them split up with baby gates (the dog in your kitchen a... Dear Adam, I adopted a 1 year-old female dog in regards to a year before. I've 2 cats who was raised with dogs and like dogs. When my dog first arrived, the first couple of days she was subdued-- being in-a new surrounding - but she wished to play rough with the cats... which did not set too well using them. The cats work and once we make an effort to have all of them in the sam-e room together when watching TV, and so on she chases. I have been keeping them split up with baby gates (the dog in the kitchen and the cats in family room) and do not let the dog over unless both cats are outside. Canine eventually ends up spending a lot of time within the boundaries of the kitchen with this technique. Used Car For Sale Tradextrem Support includes further about how to allow for it. Will there be ways to show her that we do not want her rough-housing with the cats to allow them to all be together in the same room when I'm present? The e-collar sounds great but so high priced. Why not a less costly solution? Thanks. Loved the book! Willie Mae DeAnne Precious Willie DeAnneMae When the cats run, they're causing your dog's food drive. That is instinctive. However, it's also natural for your dog to defer judgement to his pack leader. What this implies is thatYou need to become the pack leader. In other words, if you tell you dog to set down, you must MAKE USE OF THE TECHNIQUES in the book (timing, consistency and motivation) to keep the dog in a down-stay. I professionally LOVE having cats around when I am training. What might be better to proof your pet around? Remember, your puppy must remain down BEFORE you give him the 'Take a break'! command. If h-e gets as much as chase the cats, then you'll need to improve him back to the down position. If h-e gets up again, it is a sure bet that the corrections lack motivation. (Correct more strongly. Ensure you are becoming slack in the line. When the dog's human anatomy is moving when you right him, then you're using muscle rather than technique... not good!) That you do not need a digital collar. Dig up supplementary information on this related use with - Hit this link principles. Just a $12 prong collar and a six foot leash. Your friends may think you're a genius, when you get your puppy to keep a down-stay around cats using only consistency, proper time and determination. Or the missing love child of Sigmund and Roy. Now when you can just get those awful cats educated! That is all for the time being, folks! Adam.