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Old 03-19-2013, 08:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Puppy playing too rough with packmate

Hello everyone I just got a pure bread APBT. He is currently 8 weeks old. He is very calm loving and smart. We also have a 2yr old pure bread golden retrieve. They get along really good for the most part. My only concern is that Frankie (pit bull) sometimes I think gets carried away with play time with Hudson. Hudson is very patient has never hurt Frankie but has warned him. Sometimes I think Frankie gets a little more carried away and it seems like the playing gets a little too aggressive on Frankie's part. When we feel like its beginning to become less play and leans more to the aggressive side of things we put Frankie in a timeout so to speak. Is this a fair thing to do ? We put Frankie in our mud room where it's gated for a few minutes till he settles down. Then we bring him back into the room with the rest of is. Is this playing sides or should we remove our other dog as well? The reason Hudson stays is because he does not get excited or play into the aggression, he simply sits there and turns his head. Any feed back welcome hope this makes sense and thanks!


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I personally don't think its unfair. But I've noticed that I had to let my grown dog get tried of my pups rowdiness and correct the pup on his own. I have a 6 year old rescue pitbull that has absolutely no dog aggression. When my puppy would get out of hand he'd hump the pup to show his dominance. Eventually my pup learned.
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