Abby and Brady have been great at playing. Yes, Abby's bigger and seems to have more power, but Brady has learned to work around that. He fits underneath her and uses that to his advantage (runs straight between her legs, grabs her back leg and pulls...right on her bum she goes...ahahahha) Lately though she has been a little out of control playing, playing too rough. It's all in fun, but it's too rough for Brady. Brady comes running to me and sits on my feet while she barks waiting to play more. Brady does NOT get snarky. If he doesn't want to play anymore, he does so anyway to appease her. And if she gets rough, he does nothing...just deals with it and comes running to me. But I am not always there to "protect" him. And I think it's making him hesitate to play with her unless she is being submissive about it first (he will tackle her when she rolls on her back and wiggles but runs to be otherwise). I do "settle" and she stops until I let her start again but she is right back to the roughness. Is there a way to teach a dog to play more gently?