Features November 2014 Issue

5 Things To Do When Your Puppy Acts Out

5 Things To Do When Your Puppy Acts Out

Things to do when your puppy or adolescent dog harasses your older dog.

You thought you were doing a good thing for your mature dog when you adopted a new puppy. “She’ll love him!” you assured yourself. “It will keep her young and active.” Rather than loving him, however, your senior girl has let you know in no uncertain terms that this young upstart is a pain in her tail. What do you do when your pesky puppy or active adolescent is making life miserable for your sedate senior? Here are five things that can help:

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