cheekymunkee wrote:It happens. Especially with 2 strong willed dogs. The shar pei was also a fighting dog at one time. Just chalk it up to a lesson learned. No one got too badly hurt, no one got bitten. (((hugs))) I have 2 dogs that hate the site of each other so crate & rotate has become routine here. They have been kept seperate from day 1. I wish they could be together, it would make life easier but mistakes were made & it will never be. It can happen with ANY breed. Don't beat yourselves up too badly over it, just learn from it.
cheekymunkee wrote:It happens. Especially with 2 strong willed dogs.
maberi wrote:No matter how prepared you think you are for a full fledged dog fight, it never goes like you imagined it.
I know now that nothing can be the same. no more chances
KJS wrote:I know now that nothing can be the same. no more chances
This sentance tells me that you have accepted this new situation and thats part of the process...think hard about all the ways around this and make a rigid ,martial law plan for the dogs and make everyone who comes into your house stick to it...no exceptions...none!....if I can do it so can you ( small hug from K who does NOT hug usually )
cheekymunkee wrote:K lies! She is always touching me inappropriately.
iluvk9 wrote:Wow...sorry, Jody. When my Golden and Lab/Pit had a fight, I was screaming like a nut and throwing things at them to stop.
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