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 Dog Breeds that Get Well Along with your Feline Friend

Want to bring a nice fluffy kitty at home but don't know how your dog will react to it? It is believed that cats and dogs do not get along very well and it is actually true in many ways. While many people are either dog or cat lovers, many wants to live with both of them.


The bigger question is, do they also want to live with each other? In many cases, they just cannot stand each other. A good thing is that you will need only one emotional support animal letter for both of your cat and dog.




1. Golden Retriever

Golden retrievers are probably the most popular and loved dogs. They are gentle, sweet-tempered and playful. These dogs genuinely love everyone and this loving behavior are for cats also. They are adaptable and can live very well with cats and other pets.


2. Maltese

These dogs are often considered as toy breeds as they are small and often, do not weigh more than 7 pounds. They are gentle and make a great companion for all the family members and for your Kitty also. They are small and have a laid back type of behavior, which gives your cat ample room to do its own thing.


3. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel


The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a toy dog breed that is a part of the American Kennel Club Toy Group. Being a toy breed, it is loving companion and as ideal lap dog. They can get along with everyone and with your cats also. They are adaptable and idea of you are looking for a companion dog for your family and cat.


Dogs make great companions for humans but not a great companion for cats. Whatever animal you keep as an esa you must qualify for esa letter for housing for them.However, if you are both a dog and a cat person, then the above do0g breeds will make an ideal ESA for you.







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