A majority of people will tell you they are either a dog or a cat person, while others couldn’t think of living without both. If the latter describes you, you’ll find that some dogs tend to look at the little creatures in the family as something to take care of. For example, working dogs have been bred to watch and protect other animals or human family members.
Some dogs (scenthounds) have been bred to work closely together in packs, so they are generally friendly with other members of the furry family, including cats. Sporty dogs such as retrievers and spaniels are friendly and often get along with anyone, including cats. Toy dogs are small and have mostly been bred to be loving companions. Take a look at 10 breeds of dogs that tend to get along with feline mates and the traits make them ideal companions.