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Flipsmom

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  1. How is everything going? This sounds exactly like the position I am in now. I have tried everything to no avail. Just curious if you have had any success?
  2. Thanks everyone, and yes, ArrowOwner, that is very similar to how Flip is reacting. We have been in contact with a trainer with over 25 years of experience with greyhounds and she feels it will be fine. The main thing is direct her attention away.
  3. Hi everyone, New mom here with my first greyhound! We brought her home last week and we have two cats. Day one we kept them completely separated. Day two we let her sniff each cat briefly and took day three off. She was very interested but not aggressive. Days four and five we did a separate intro in a small room to let her get a good sniff again. Tonight we let the basement door open and one of the cats came up. We had Flip on the couch with her muzzle and short leash. She immediately locked on and we had trouble getting her to turn her gaze, even with treats, a firm no, and trying to turn her head towards us. Again she doesnt seem aggressive, no whining, salivating, etc, but did try to jump off the couch a couple of times. Anyone with experience know if we continue this training that eventually she will become conditioned to having the cats around? Appreciate any thoughts or advice, thank you!
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