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Pets fighting like cats and dogs, unable to live under the same roof, can tear otherwise peaceful homes into turbulent messes. Enter cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy ("My Cat From Hell") and dog trainer Zoe Sandor, who assist families seeking peace between ill-behaved kitties and pooches. After meeting with families, Jackson and Zoe address the behaviors of both humans and animals, then they create long-term plans featuring daily routines and procedures, with the goal of conflict resolution to create homes where cats and dogs can coexist.

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Juli and her son must overcome the fear of their protection dog; experts encounter an overweight cat bullying a dog.
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Jackson and Zoe meet two cats who are never seen during the daytime because they hide inside cabinets to avoid the three giant dogs with whom they live; some family members say their beloved dog is terrorized by their cat.
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Jackson and Zoe meet Tami, whose two terrorized cats have been outfitted with a rooftop cat sanctuary, complete with scratching posts, food and water stations and lawn chairs.
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A couple want to move in together, but their pets don't get along; a stressed cat licks her belly raw.
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To prevent a couple's third breakup, Jackson assists Terence, who needs to overcome his feline fears; Zoe works with the couple's Rottweiler.
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Jackson and Zoe meet Marti, the owner of a new puppy that harasses her cat; a newly-engaged couple are at their wit's end as they try to blend their fur families.
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Jackson and Zoe meet a married couple whose dog attacked their Maine Coon kitten and has not been allowed inside since; the experts also encounter a stubborn client who insists her cats are inventing medical symptoms for attention.

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