Send him/her back
Seek advice and start a training plan
Hit the dog until they learn
Make sure I take them out on regular outside trips to garden or on a walk encouraging them with praise when they do it outside.
Give him/her away
Put up a baby gate and try a slower introduction giving them more time to adjust to each other and don't panic.
Give them treats each time they see each other
Make sure they know whose boss!
Force them together into a room to sort it out between themselves.
Give the dog treats when they see the cat
Make sure the cats have lots of high and safe places to retreat to where the dog cant get them and put up a baby gate to let the dog get to know the cat safely.
Get rid of the cat or dog.
Put up a baby gate to create a safe zone and make sure your child does not encroach on that space.
Get rid of the dog
Seek professional help and buy a muzzle if necessary to make sure everyone is safe.
Feed the dog treats when the child is around.
Give the dog space and time to adjust to the new surroundings and timings.
Hit the dog
Nip it in the bud and alpha roll the dog to show him that the child is more dominant.
Clicker and treats
Correction noises and touches
A halti or harness if they really pull on the lead to protect their neck
Make sure you have a filled kong handy full of their favourite treats or food or give them a big juicy bone to keep them busy.
They'll just have to deal with it
Seek advise if necessary
Make sure they've had a good bit of exercise before you leave them and teach them to self settle by practicing pretending to leave the house.
I dont leave them alone!
1 to 5 hours maximum
2 to 8 hours maximum
8 to 10 hours whilst i'm at work.
As long as I'm out.
They would be left outside until I get home
I would get a dog walker or a family or friend to walk them in the middle of the day
I would leave food and newspaper or puppy pads for them to wee on.
Alpha roll them (pin the dog down)
Let the dog off the lead and hope for the best
Be mindful and increase the distance so the dog is less stressed or aroused.
Give them treats when they see or meet a dog using counter conditioning
I would get a muzzle so everyone is safe if I felt it necessary.
Correct them with a hard lead pull
Show them whose boss in a nice way
Walk them somewhere that is less busy to start with
Make sure they get to expend any extra energy they have in a run or jog or fast walk.