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Female Join date : 2014-10-21
Location : Fort Worth, Texas

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PostSubject: Jealousy with new puppy?   Jealousy with new puppy? EmptyMon Mar 02, 2015 7:33 pm

Been away from the forums for quite awhile due to personal issues. Popped back in to update Gaia's scrapbook, and to ask a quick question. Do huskies get super jealous of new pets? For many reasons, Gaia is having to be washed out of public access work, and so we are in need of a new service dog. We are getting a great dane puppy that will be arriving in April. Just wanted to know, how can I squash jealousy if it arises? I know how to introduce the two dogs (neutral territory etc) but am just curious as to what I should do if Gaia gets super angry and jealous about the new pup. I don't think she would because she's such a sweetheart, but I want to be prepared for everything lol.
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Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: Jealousy with new puppy?   Jealousy with new puppy? EmptyTue Mar 03, 2015 12:02 pm

Kenzi has bouts of jealousy over Keno (though not as much as he has over her). She doesn't usually behave angrily but instead will fall out of listening as well as she could. If I put her in a sit she might break it a few times because she is afraid he might get something she won't if she isn't able to barge right in and move him. She often will push him out of the way. I have combated this by making sure that she gets her own time with me. Since she was first to the house I feed her first. She's the first out the door. I don't want them to have to fight for attention. They each get their own and it keeps things calmer. Setting boundaries and making sure the other dog is trained and minding well will help her to mind better as well.

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