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18 Aug 2007
Ok I almost solved the potty training now one of my yorkie females are pregnant and she bites the other one on the ears and what I want to know is how to seperate them when they are fighting and to keep the one from attacking the other one! Its driving me mad cause I have to keep a eye on them 24/7 but they don't seem to fight when we are not home. Any idees or does she need a therapist hehe imagine my little angel needs a head dr!!!
Be careful when separating fighting dogs as that is the time one is most likely to be bitten by one of them. Is there any reason for them to be challenging each other? Do they have separate food bowls? What about beds?
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