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Old 03-01-2018, 07:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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I have a mom 6 years now and she is the best dog I ever had. She give birth for 2 girls the first of November and I decided to keep them. The pups were best of friends until this Monday I took them to the woods for a walk as always, a dog approach them and showed aggressive to owes my baby’s. He get pulled away but my girls started to fight against each other..... I never had to deal with separating 2 dogs before and see they hurting each other was heartbreaking. I bought another cage they will stay separate when I’m not home and 2 soft muzzle to walk them and getting one off them done Monday, what else can I do to prevent fights in the future please? Thank you everyone!!!


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Bull breeds are bred down from dogs bred specifically to fight other dogs. So genetically speaking, the only options are crate and rotate, or rehome to responsible and knowledgeable person. If you go the crate and rotate route, you should invest in break/parting sticks.

Never trust a bull breed not to fight.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
 

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Thank you!! Where can I get those sticks please.
I would like to keep them I love them so much and I got 3 boys who love them dearly too!!


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They carry break/parting sticks and good solid collars. You'll want them in a good collar at all times and break sticks throughout the house. Youtube has videos on how to use the sticks properly to separate them with minimal damage.
Your dogs must never be left alone with another animal without supervision. If they are aggressive towards each other all of the time, then they should never have the opportunity to interact. It's not an easy lifestyle to live. But it can be done.
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Old 03-01-2018, 06:28 PM   #5 (permalink)
 

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Thank you!! I’ll watch the video and learn. They like each other’s company do everything together and never had any serious miss understanding until Monday and they been ok with each other since. I will keep them separate when I’m not home to supervise them for now, and see how it goes!
Thanks so much for your help again!


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Welcome to the forum Mariannaztoth55. Good advise (as always) from EckoMac.

One, what I keep around the house and take on walks are those heavy nylon/plastic tent stakes that you can buy at any home improvement store like Menards, Home Depot, Lowe's, Ace etc. Also, you can get them on Amazon. You can buy 12 of them for about ten bucks. Enough to leave all over the house.

Two, thanks so much for sharing the picture of your doggies. What a great looking pair and a great pic. What are the pups names?

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Old 03-02-2018, 03:52 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I have a mom 6 years now and she is the best dog I ever had. She give birth for 2 girls the first of November and I decided to keep them. The pups were best of friends until this Monday I took them to the woods for a walk as always, a dog approach them and showed aggressive to owes my baby’s. He get pulled away but my girls started to fight against each other..... I never had to deal with separating 2 dogs before and see they hurting each other was heartbreaking. I bought another cage they will stay separate when I’m not home and 2 soft muzzle to walk them and getting one off them done Monday, what else can I do to prevent fights in the future please? Thank you everyone!!!


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You're dealing with a whole lot more than DA keeping two pups from the same litter. It's likely they've acquired littermate syndrome as well. It is imperative that you separate these two as often as you can - crate them separate, walk them separate, feed them separate, etc. Not just to deal with DA issues but to also try and break some of that bond they have to each other so they learn to bond with you and that you are in charge. I would start with the NILIF training separately with each as well to work on that bond. I am sure they are bonded to you and love you dearly but their bond with each other, I guarantee, is stronger if they have never been separated or treated as individuals. I would do some research on littermate syndrome while you're reading up on break sticks.

They are adorable for sure and I would have had trouble letting them go myself; but I'm experienced with the breed and littermates. Your red girl looks A LOT like my Nala!

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Old 03-02-2018, 06:23 AM   #8 (permalink)
 

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Thank you!!! I’m starting today


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I commend you for being so willing to learn and take advice! You and your pups will be better for it. Something to consider and I have no way of knowing one way or the other because I wasn’t there, but neither of my two (also littermates) have shown any signs of DA as of know but they do get into “sibling spats” I call them. They definitely get mad at each and “fight” especially if Nala thinks Kaos is stealing her thunder Lol. It sounds a lot like a “dog fight” but it’s more just a lot of noise and posturing than anything. It’s POSSIBLE that this is what you witness as well. BUT with that being said, not having any experience with the breed, it is important that you act and treat them as though they are showing DA to be on the safe side. It’s in everyone’s best interest. It will help until you learn more and get to know your dogs and their behavior better and will help you with the littermates syndrome as well.

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Old 03-07-2018, 06:55 AM   #10 (permalink)
 

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Will do and thank you!!!!
They didn’t have anymore fights seance and I been reading and watching YouTube about the breed behaviours and how to manage it.
I love them so much they so loving to owes me and my little boysand they good sisters too really......
Thanks for your help I keep in touch. Could you send pictures of your dogs please, thank you!
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