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Old 02-28-2017, 02:32 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Once the medical is ruled out I agree with the other posters she needs new rules. It sounds as though she does not respect you as the alpha. Also dogs once the reach full maturity can act differently than as a pup. I added that because you said it has been a couple years. My boy had acted very similar to Mya and then allowed a 9mo old pup into our pack with no issues. When he became an adult is when they started having problems. Structure, boundaries, and continuous routine is what they need to become balanced again. As another poster wrote, I won't place two females together either. Yes there are exceptions to this rule but over the years of rescue I have found that majority of power breeds don't want to have a another female in their house. But until you have things under control you can't set her up to fail with another dog. It's not fair to her or the other dog. Have you looked into a trainer? I didn't see that mentioned in your post.
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Once the medical is ruled out I agree with the other posters she needs new rules. It sounds as though she does not respect you as the alpha. Also dogs once the reach full maturity can act differently than as a pup. I added that because you said it has been a couple years. My boy had acted very similar to Mya and then allowed a 9mo old pup into our pack with no issues. When he became an adult is when they started having problems. Structure, boundaries, and continuous routine is what they need to become balanced again. As another poster wrote, I won't place two females together either. Yes there are exceptions to this rule but over the years of rescue I have found that majority of power breeds don't want to have a another female in their house. But until you have things under control you can't set her up to fail with another dog. It's not fair to her or the other dog. Have you looked into a trainer? I didn't see that mentioned in your post.
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