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    Default Re: Older dog versus the puppy...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisabear123 View Post
    Not sure, I've always heard same sex fight more. It just amazes me that this little puppy is so domineering. The big oh, Gimli, is so sweet. You can see as much as he is defending himself by barking back he is turning hi head away n trying o get away cos he just went to bite her. He is a ppl pleaser so he was incredibly easy to train. Brie has now learned fully his to sit, down and hi-five. I'm very proud of them! Now to get thm to be buddies! Lol
    We got females at first because I had heard that female dogs were really good w/little kids, which is true... I think my hubby really wanted a male this time. I have not started much training w/Winston w/all our drama going on this summer. He is finally potty trained, and he does sit... He's going to an AKC puppy class starting this month. I'm hoping to get him more socialized besides Roxie, and hopefully he will catch-up on some training... LOL

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    Default Re: Older dog versus the puppy...

    I would let them work it out, but keep eye on on them and intervene if necessary. 9years old or not, she needs to let him know the limits and she will.

    Banks will be 8 in a few weeks and she sure in heck lets Cheli know when he has gone too far
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