Hi, and congratulations on your new baby Tyson, he's a cutie pie. I'm sorry you're having troubles with your babies getting along. I don't really have any experience with this myself, as I have a male and female siblings, and they are litter mates, so have been together since birth, and we brought them home on the same day, so they have always been together. They can also play rough sometimes, and even though they have two of every toy, they always want the same toy to play with. They can get rambunctious at times, and some of this is just normal behaviour for a bully. Blossom is very much the boss and more dominate one, and Bulldozer is much more laid back, so he lets her be the Diva. Lol hopefully some members with experience of introducing a new bully will come along soon and offer some advice and suggestions. From what I've read from others having the same issues, the key is to first Introduce the bullies on neutral territory, and not in the house, and to keep them separated by a baby gate, so they can see each other, and get used to each others scents. I've also read that it helps to take them on walks together. How long have they been together?, and were they introduced to each other before you brought Tyson home? Also have you thought about getting a trainer to help you with tips on how to get them used to each other and get along? I hope they settle down soon, and that they become friends. Please keep us posted on how they are doing.