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Old 12-19-2012, 01:32 PM
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At first I thought it was cute , my male chi "Buddy " going against the giant "Jack" ( lab /jack russell) but now I want to stop it. I have two male dogs and a female chi in the house. The male chi , I think, is protecting his "turff"but the other "Jack" just wants to play. They all run outside in the morning to do thier business but when they are finished "Buddy" starts running after "Jack" ( Jack says " hey he wants to play" ) and starts running away from him. There are a couple of times that Jack has had enough and warns Buddy but Buddy will not take no as an answer.

Missy our female just barks...then runs in the house.

Any suggestions how to get the two males to "just get along"
Neither has been fixed yet. It will be done after the first of the year.

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Just separate them. I just posted one about Plum getting bit by my brothers pit. Plum is very aggressive and the other dogs get so tired of it. It's better to be safe than sorry like me! Ins eye sustained a bad injury, we follow up on it tomorrow to see the verdict. Plum just would not ever stop, he couldn't help it. He's a grump and that's that!


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Old 12-19-2012, 06:16 PM
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Just separate them. I just posted one about Plum getting bit by my brothers pit. Plum is very aggressive and the other dogs get so tired of it. It's better to be safe than sorry like me! Ins eye sustained a bad injury, we follow up on it tomorrow to see the verdict. Plum just would not ever stop, he couldn't help it. He's a grump and that's that!


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Thanks, I have a spray bottle that when they see they stop but it doesn't work outside, I forget to take it out...
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How old is Buddy? Getting him fixed is a good first step.
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