6 Tips for Peace between Your Old Dog and Young One - You and your old dog have shared many adventures; Because he s added so much to your life, you ve decided to bring home a younger dog (or puppy). Perhaps you ve heard that a puppy can enrich an older dog s life; maybe he ll be happier and want to play again. If your older dog is well behaved and well trained, you might be hoping he ll help you raise your new dog so he, too, will be a joy to live with. You might have brought the new dog home so you won t be dog-less when your old dog passes away. However, once the introductions are over and your new dog settles into the household routine, you may find that your household is more chaotic than you expected. The younger dog is jumping all over the older dog, trying to get a reaction out of the old dog or encouraging the old dog to play. The young dog is constantly stealing the old dog s toys or treats (or visa versa). The old dog is growling and grumpy. The younger dog is acting out in frustration. Your once peaceful home is in chaos. Obe
So you've decided to add a new dog to your old dog's home but now the puppy is causing chaos and your old dog has turned into a grump. What do you do now?
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