Thank you for having the heart and courage to give you little guy an opportunity for a happy life.. he looks nothing like the timid, starving little boy you rescued.. They are both beautiful chibabies who are so fortunate to have you for their mom..
With additional time they may work thru their disagreements.. it sounds as if they have made tons of progress in this area already. With a pack the size of ours, there will always be some issues they will need to work out.. We generally let them settle these things on their own..but do use "timeout" behind a babygate from the rest of the gang if need be. Believe it or not, my boys usually just "bluff" each other by being "mouthy" to one another...lol, it is the girls who tend to want to be really "bossy!"
"There’s no changing people, and we can’t even help people with whom we’re emotionally involved. Let them be, stop expecting things from people who cannot provide those things, and recognize that we can live happy, productive lives regardless of what others, even close relatives, are doing or saying."