Help the both of the animals learn few easy behaviors like sitting, touching a nose, or shaking a paw. Practice in different places around your house for your animals to be pleased to play the game anywhere. If the dog and cat can stand being close together, you can start training them together. Ask one among them for a behavior, click and treat. They will eventually know whose turn it is.
On the other hand, if the dog and cat are doubtful of each other, make a way for them to be parted yet can still see each other. Click and treat for each behavior they perform, even the tiniest one that is friendly or tolerant, or for some attention to you in other’s presence. In succession, provide every animal a long-lasting treat, it has to be something to be a treat that would take a couple of minutes to finish, for you to have more time to work with the other animal.
Advance your criteria in minimal increases, which will keep it easier for them to win. For instance, you can click your cat for looking at you instead of giving your dog a glare, or for placing her ears forward instead of laying them sideways. Also, you can clock the dog for any behavior that has to do with its four paws on the ground that does not include whining or barking. Then, slowly move from basic tolerance to providing you attention and in performing the cues they have already learned.
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