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PostSubject: Older year old puppy won't leave new puppy alone?   Mon May 06, 2013 6:19 pm

Hi there, I have two Siberian Huskies and I need a little help. Yoko is a year old fixed girl, and Titus is about an 8 week male (photos below)
Titus is new to the family, and Yoko has just been acting crazy around him. She barks at him constantly and never leaves him alone, playing with him really rough to the point that he’s begun to bark back at her viciously. She tends to bug him the most when he’s napping in the living room with my fiancee and I, and is also persistent in playing with him when he’s hiding behind the furniture to get away from her.
We don’t want Titus to get the mindset to play so rough with other dogs at such a young age, especially because Yoko isn't necessarily a submissive dog and plays rough with other dogs and people already, so we’re kind of stuck on what to do.
Do you have any advice as to what I should do to calm Yoko down around him, or anything in general? I could really use the help!
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PostSubject: Re: Older year old puppy won't leave new puppy alone?   Mon May 06, 2013 11:13 pm

I had the same problem .... $425 later after getting Micole stitches because riley (Australian shepherd) couldn't leave her alone and got too rough with her he bit her face. When things got crazy I started putting her or him in the kitchen and put up a baby gate. I still let them play sometimes and interact with each other but when it got to me being uncomfortable how things got i lock one of them away... Or I would discipline the Shepherd. By putting him in his hole (laundry room) until he learned he can not play with a puppy that young.
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