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  1. Sudden change in behavior in rescue

    Dog Training Forum
    Three dogs. Female chow chow cocker spaniel is calm and likes to be left alone. Gunner, 2 1/2 year old male mutt rescue, had him for 2 years, always wanted to play with female and she started getting irritated, decided a playmate would be perfect for him. Almost 2 year old male mutt rescued mid...
  2. Integrating 1 new Puppy to 2 Current Puppies and Multi-Dog Household

    Dog Training Forum
    I will provide the information in a list so it's easier to digest. Facts: - Currently have two 4 pound Yorkies, both 6 months old (one male, one female) - Male plays well with female, most of the time - except for when she becomes possessive of a toy and she snarls and becomes nasty. (This is...
  3. Better quality dog food for multi-dog household!

    Dog Food Forum
    Hello! 1st time poster here. Looking for dog food advice, so let me give you a bit of background: We have 3 dogs: 1. A senior JRT/chi mix 2. An adult Cavapoo; and 3. A 3 year old collie/boxer/maybe pit mix that I swear is part skunk (he's 50-60 lbs) Anyway, we "open range feed", as the...
  4. What does it take to have a multi-dog household?

    General Dog Forum
    I have one cat and one dog and I feel like I'm busy enough! As a DINKY couple our pets are our livelihood. We like to toy with the idea of getting another dog when Chico is grown-up, but I'm not sure I'd be able to handle the 3 of them. So, what does it take to have a multi-dog household?