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Hi,

We have a 10 month old Boston and a 2 month old Boxer. They treat eachother fairly well and the play does not seem to get mean, but it is constant. Our Boston has made it her lifes work to badger and play with our new puppy. If we finnaly get to the breaking point the dogs they will stop for about 5 seconds and they are right back to it. Does anyone have tips for this type of situation?? Is this just a phase? Really the only thing that works is separation, but I hate to have to do that because they seem to make up for it when they are back together! LOL
 

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Yeah I cannot believe how similar they are, they even use their paws the same way. I have to say that our boxer truly amazes me with how athletic and tough he is for such a young age. Like I mentioned prior, it does not get mean, but they do go off! Our Boston (paige) is only 25 pounds, but all 25 are rock solid muscle and Ulrich (Boxer) is only 14 pounds and keeps up pretty well. It has totally surprised me, keep in mind that my Boston is the type of dog who will go to the dog park and find a great dane or doberman to play with.

I guess we will just keep doing the same thing and see how it shakes out. Thank you..
 

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[quote="AbbyandBrady\";p=\"45034":y3d6r2y5]Beat them a their own game!!! We have a boxer and a cocker and they just LOVE to play. You have to just let them get that energy out. When they are too riled up, you just can't get them to stop, so as Liz said, let them revel in it, they will wear themselves out! Pay attention to times of the day that they get
 
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