Cats are not very adaptable creatures. Dogs are more adaptable to new situations when their owners aren't unhappy. The canine species as a whole adapts better to new routines.
Trying to control a cat may elicit kitty laughs. Cats leap, scratch, and mark where they want. Hairballs are easiest to find at night barefoot. Correct training and a firm voice help dogs.
Even cat lovers know teaching a cat is harder than a dog. Food-motivated cats enjoy training. Or they'll eat your food. We can't teach cats anything. Training benefits dogs.
Small dogs with quiet barks are sometimes more alert than huge ones. Children can't fight, but they'll warn you. Intruders dread any dog, regardless of size.
Dogs still labour on farms and perform honourable tasks. They help the blind, the handicapped, the police, the military, search-and-rescue activities, and the sick. Dogs may detect seizures and cancer. That's earning one's keep
Cats do their own thing at home or outside. Dogs need exercise. We can easily incorporate them into our workouts. Dogs enjoy walks. Many run with their owners. Dogs make great hiking partners.
Dogs have always been humans' beloved companions and helpers. The human-dog link is undeniable. Cats seem to remember being gods. Maybe they miss those times. They might still be mad.
Cat play is limited. Many cats love string toys and cat balls, but it's almost like they're humouring you. They can also play alone. Dogs love interactive play, especially with you.
No litterboxes needed. Housetrained, routine-focused. They can go outside or walk. Scoop excrement, not urine. Use pooper-scoopers and bags when hiking. Poop cleaning is considered a minor evil.