"Litter boxes may not be a favourite among cat lovers, but dogs don't require one. Use of the garden and/or walks, housetrained. Less mess indoors if you poop outside.
While cats can play independently, dogs like to interact with their owners through games like fetch, tug of war, chase, or even doggy playdates! ????????????
"Cats are resistant to change and take longer to acclimatise to unfamiliar people, animals, or surroundings. Dogs typically adjust better because they follow their owners' lead."
"Cats scoff at attempts to control them and do as they like. Dogs can be housebroken and trained. Corrective training doesn't work on cats."
"Cats can be trained, but not as easily as dogs who appreciate training as a job, are motivated by food and attention, and show pride in a job well done," says the trainer.
"Dogs guard, cats flee. Little dogs alert clearly regardless of size. Regardless of size, dogs frighten intruders. A cat's strength is not defence."
"Therapy is appropriate for cats, but dogs are better at many jobs. They earn their keep by directing, helping, saving, finding, and comforting others."
Cats can be found inside or outside, but they rarely wear harnesses while they walk. Dogs need exercise, may participate in daily routines, and enjoy walks, running, hiking, and sports.
"Size, shape, and temperament of dog breeds vary widely. There is a breed of dog for every home, from little Yorkies to enormous Great Danes."
The wirehaired vizsla, which was created in Hungary for hunting, has an endless amount of activity and requires a busy home with other pets to prevent boredom and separation anxiety.