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    Default What Do I Do After a Fight?

    I think I'm still somewhat in shock. Griffen just attacked Madeline for no apparent reason.

    The were both in the kitchen where their beds are.
    I was in the lounge when I heared Griffen start to growl. It was the type of growls he makes when he can see the nieghboures cat out side the window.
    It was strange to hear him making that noise when he's in the kitchen so I went to see what was happening. '
    Madeline was near the sink sniffing around, he was on his mat no where near her. I thought there might have been a mouse or something so started to move the divider between the loung and kitchen which made Madeline come over.
    As soon as she came near Griffen he latched onto her and wouldn't let go, there was growling from him and yelping from her.
    After only about 30 seconds (it felt like much longer) he let go and ran for the lounge and I was able to seperate them.
    Neither are hurt, no broken skin and there doesn't seem to be any sore patches just wet fur.

    Now I dont know what to do.
    I rang my partner and he said wait till they've calmed down and let them back together but I'm too scared about what might happen.

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    Well OH is home and everything seems to be fine now.

    You would think nothing had happened.
    I think I need a drink now

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    I figured out what happened.
    I brought I bag of smoked bones and put them on a shelf where I keep the dog leads up out of their reach but he must have found them. I forgot they where there (they're normally kept in the laundry where the dogs cant get them.
    I cant beleive I can be that stupid, but I feel better knowing the reason.
    I definatly wont be doing that again. He's fine with me and my partner going near him with his bones, but now I know that doesn't apply to her (they've always had they're bones seperatly)

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    That would have been really nerve wracking - glad you sorted it out and no one was hurt.

    I'm pretty uneducated when it comes to dogs, but I figure it's good to know he didn't seem to want to hurt her, just kept her in her place and away from what he thought was his secret stash!

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