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How do I stop our 18 mo old puppy from biting the elder dog, sometimes its too aggressive.
We have 2 elder dogs around 8 years old one female and one male. My son came home to live with us and has cancer. We got him a pup that was a rescue just before the dog was one. He has a lot of anxiety and shakes if anyone yells or even talks really loud. The problem started a couple months ago when the play biting tuned more aggressive and I need to stop it before it gets out of hand. I sure don't want to get rid of my sons dog but our dogs can't be beat up by him either. What to do? Help. Most of the time they love each other it's only the male dog.
Dogs often work this out on their own, particularly when there's an age difference. Elder dogs tend to let things slide when a younger, more energetic dog is introduced to their pack. The older dogs will let him get away with nipping and biting during play, but when they've had enough, they'll smack him down. This is natural, as the new dog tries to find his place in the pecking order.
One thing that will help: be sure that all the dogs are fixed.
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