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Anyone out there who can give any advice on training JRussels with cats. The problem is:-
We have a bearded collie Klara (6years old) and a Cat (Bramble) both rescue, who both get on famously rubbing up against each other, Bramble even comes on walks with us, a peaceful balanced household, I have had 3 dogs in the past each time with a cat and never had any problems, and never envisaged the problems that we would have. My sister and husband have moved in with us with their pet J Russel ( Ted 3 years old) and chaos has errupted , he gets on well with Klara, ( though she has tried to divert him away from Bramble and also come to let us know when he has gone after her) but he is making Bramble's and our lives very distressing. Ted is a lovely dog, trained to sit and stay and wants to please in all aspects other than the cat, he is not top dog in the house, we keep him in his place and the cat is fed first followed by Klara then Ted, we don't give him an inch, but as soon as our backs are turned for a second he is gone focused on one thing Bramble. Please Please if there is anyone out there who can help in any way, to help and give advice I would be really grateful