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Old 04-24-2020, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Hola everyone. My name is Ari. Its nice to meet everyone. I need advise on how to handle two male pitbulls in my house.

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My oldest brother had a 4th stroke. He has a service dog. In order to help him out, I agreed to take care of his dog until he gets better. The dogs name is Pancho. He is a 3 year old male pitbull; about 60-70lbs. So kind and gentle. Very relaxed and chill. I have my own dog. His name is Yaro. He is a 7 year old male mini pitbull-mix (30-40lbs).

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So I took Pancho about a week ago from my brothers home. When I took him to my house, I introduced them both by going on a walk. They are both GREAT on walks! very well behaved. It's amazing. However, when we are inside the house, they both attempt to mount each other. They both willing have smelled each other and it was ok. BUT the trouble comes because they both want to mount each other. I believe Pancho wants to mount because he wants to play. However, Yaro (i think) wants to mount because he wants to be dominant dog. I am not sure. When Pancho tries to mount Yaro, Yaro shows his teeth and growls. Its the first time I have seen this kind of behavior of my dog.

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Do I let them figure it out themselves? Do I keep them apart in the house at all times? I do feel they can get along once they have mounted each other but I don't want the dogs to get into a fight and cause either of them to get hurt. Please help!!!!! I have researched and tried everything I can. Any advise would greatly be appreciated!!!!!
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Old 04-24-2020, 09:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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If a fight occurs are you prepared to break it up? Do you have parting sticks and know how to use them? The funds for vet bills?
Better to be safe then sorry. Keep them separated.
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Old 04-25-2020, 02:52 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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I would play it really safe and carefully. If they aren't exhibiting good polite social behavior with each other, keep them separate or backtie them so they can practice hanging out being calm and neutral where they can't practice the rude, overaroused behavior. I do not suggest letting them work it out because that can go a lot of different ways, at least one of which is as you are concerned, an ugly ugly fight. I live in a two male household with a pair of dogs that are willing and able to get into brutal fights. Two of which when I was new to owning a bully who was really willing to duke it out, ended with some hefty emergency vet bills. And these are two dogs who played and were social with each other most of the time. If you are just wanting to get through this time until your brother is able to take his dog, just keep them separate. It is safer when you are in a questionable situation. If you want to acclimate them together, get a professional to help you make sure it doesn't turn into something ugly. Good luck!
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Yep crate and rotate. I don’t want to sound like a broken record but it’s how you manage with these dogs. Life is too short to worry about one of your dogs being destroyed by the other. Read up on it , try it out and things will work out fine .
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Also, if you are looking to figure out how to safely integrate, I got help from a guy named Jay Jack with Next Level Dogs. He has some integration protocols and will do skype lessons. Integrating fighting bull breed dogs is kind of his thing.
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