They are also incredibly loyal and patient, which will go a long way during the introduction and acclimation period with their feline sibling.
Beagles were bred to hunt in packs, so they’re already open to sharing their space with other animals and people.
Well, maybe to other dogs. They generally don’t make fast friends with other dogs, but cats and other pets are more welcome.
They have huge hearts of gold and bestow love on everyone they meet, which is why they make great emotional support dogs.
We know what you’re thinking—how did a member of the herding group make it on the list for dogs that get along with cats? Collies are one of those exceptions. (Think about Lassie.
If an Irish Setter can cross party lines and make friends at the White House, surely this gorgeous red, feathery coated dog can peacefully co-exist with a cat.
They seem to have a limitless supply of empathy and compassion, on top of which, they’re eager to please, goofy, playful, and highly adaptable.
Pick any size poodle (they come in miniature, toy, and standard), and your cat will thank you for getting a dog that gets along with cats.
There are some pet combinations that are most likely to hate each other, but a Labrador retriever would never be the type to show his teeth in dislike.
Even if the butterfly-ears tempted your cat to play, the Papillon probably wouldn’t mind. They would probably see it as a friendly game. Papillons are up for anything, with anyone, all the time.
Unlike some toy breed dogs who like to whoof-it-up when they hear a pin drop, you probably won’t have too many barking issues with a Tibetan spaniel.