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Old 07-15-2012, 05:42 AM
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Faye 4lb Chi/Yorkie and Morrison 45lb Lab/Beagle/Basset absolutely love each other. Osha and Lacey really don't play. But Morrison is more than happy to have a tiny playmate. If you watch he is very careful (though he sounds vicious) not to be rough he actually hardly touches her.

And the leash is not tied to anything. It's just on her for house training purposes.

Faye And Morrison Playing - YouTube
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Oh! And the barking is not Faye. It is actually my Pomeranian "Honey".
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she looks like she is fitting in really well
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Cute! Looks like Faye is loving her new home!
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Aww Faye looks like she's at home already.
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It's great when they get along with such a size difference.

I've only just started to let my rottie play with my 2 1/2lb chi x LeStat and he's been here for a year now.
The rottie play with the min pin and the jrt all the time but they are both around 14-16lbs so a lot more robust than the chi x!
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They look like they are having alot of fun together
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aww, i love how they play
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I'm happy you are happy with your new addition. It's cool that she fits in so well.
I was wondering, do you walk all four of your dogs together or separately?

ps: this is just my opinion, but I'd take the harness and leash off while they
play, I've seen too many injuries caused by a leash, it's not fun. It only takes a
second for a dog to wrap their leg in a leash & pull something, followed by weeks
of pain and limping. It's easier to take precautions than to deal with a possible
injury.
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