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Old 05-20-2013, 07:27 AM
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I need help. My 8 year old dach has attacked my 14 WK old chi. Any advice?

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That's not good,is he ok ? Have you got a crate you could seperate them ?
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You definitely need to keep them separated at all times when you are not giving them 100% supervision. It's probably going to take a few weeks for your Dachshund to get used to your new Chi. Give it time, patience, and always supervise.
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It would really help to have more information.

What were the circumstances of the attack? Was it random? Was there a toy or food nearby?

Where were you during the event? How did you introduce them when you brought pup home? Do they have separate crates where the dash knows he can escape the crazy puppy?

How severe was the attack? Was it an older dog correcting a puppy? Or was it aggressive? How nasty did the dash get? Is he okay with other dogs?

All of these details will help people know if it's due to resource guarding, dog aggression, or just adjusting to a new puppy.

And definitely keep them separated until you can figure the whole thing out.

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Great post by Ashley. There are lots of things that actually look like aggression, and are nothing more than the 8 yr old telling the young one, "leave me alone, you creep"!!! I had an Irish Setter that routinely grabbed her granddaughter's neck, roared at her until the pup rolled over and showed her her belly! Did that until the older one died, years later. Every morning. Unless the older dog is actually hurting the pup, leave them work it out. Have a safe place for the older dog to go into.
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Honestly Abby, now 14 wks old, started it. She wanted to play with our oldest dach toy. He snapped at her but didn't touch her. But when Abby yelped (from read) our 8 yr old female (who is a big rabbit hunter) went after her. We've had them all sniff bottoms so they know Abby is a dog but Lucy either still sees her as prey or a toy. I'm keeping them apart and watch them closely. Little Abby only weighs 1.10 lbs. she loves Lucy and wants to play but it is to dangerous

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Sorry that should have been from fear.

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