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Features May 2018 Issue

Ways for Coping With a Dog Who’s Hard-Wired to Go After Other Animals

For some dogs, the predatory instinct goes well beyond chasing squirrels that they’re never going to reach.

Ways for Coping With a Dog Who’s Hard-Wired to Go After Other Animals

The predatory drive is difficult to redirect. But there are some measures you can take.

Joan Gullet’s Old English Bulldog, JuJu, was raised with two kittens when she was a puppy. “They got along great,” says Ms. Gullet, of Victoria, Texas. But something has changed for JuJu, now seven.

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