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Do Cats or Dogs make better pets?

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For people who are researching new pets, this page will outline the advantages and disadvantages of cats and dogs to help them make a choice.

 

Cats make better pets

Dogs make better pets

Companionship

Cats can be very affectionate and offer a kind of companionship

Cats have a wide range of personalities, and are less likely to be affectionate to strangers. 

Companionship

Dogs are often more affectionate than cats.

They can be taught tricks.

Dogs have evolved to pay attention to the humans they live with and thus provide a more human like relationship

Responsibility

Cats usually require less attention. They are very independant. They do not require daily walks like dogs do. 

Some Cats can be self-cleaning 

Responsibility

Dogs require daily walks, significant training, and lots of attention.   However, these responsibilities build a strong relationship between the dog and the owner, and in many ways should be considered a benefit rather than a cost. 

   

 

Cats or Dogs

Which animal makes for a better pet?

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They are both great pets
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Depends on the situation of the owner
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Cats make for better pets
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Dogs make for better pets
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They are both bad pets
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