Wow that is a lot of dough, but it may be worth it to have everyone together. I am going to try the suggestions I have recieved from our members first, and if that does not work we may have to resort to the specialist. We want bully love!
aka "Bullpapa DeLano" on facebook
I have the same problem..........Someone told me to keep them apart at all times till the one who is starting the fight is totally obedience trained. I started with loose leash walking and having her stay by my side during the training. I have been doing this for a month and I have noticed a big difference. She is more focased on what I say. She can now be in the same room with her without freezing and staring. I really believe that only a few minutes a day to get her obedience trained does help at least it is for me. I will let you know what the next months training will be. I for one want them to get along. They have been friends since babies. They both had a litter of puppies and everything changed.