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Question by michele
Submitted on 3/8/2004
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I have 3 male puppies all from the same litter.  I think they are a Chow/Shepherd mix.  They are 3 months old and lately two of them have been fighting.  I just had to take the two to the vet to get stitches for wounds from their last fight.  Should I separate them or will this behavior end after they are old enough to be neutered?

Answer by Bronya Mackenna
Submitted on 4/13/2004
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I have the same problem but only to male pups from the same liter. Did you ever resolve it? How?:)


Answer by Cortni Quarles
Submitted on 12/5/2005
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I think you should separate them for a little while then you should teach them if they are together and acting well with each other they will get a treat and after it becomes a habit. Start to take away the treats little by little and after they are weaned off the treats. They will act good all time with each other.


Answer by kevinS
Submitted on 12/7/2005
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I also have to pups from the same litter, 2 girls - and they keep fighting pretty harshly. What happened with your dogs?


Answer by abbyaegg
Submitted on 5/13/2006
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