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    So next weekend I am going to be moving into my boyfriend's house with my relatively dog-unfriendly dog xD They already have a desexed, female staffordshire bull terrier, but they seem to get along together. Only problem I can foresee is she is very food driven and they are both very very squeaky-toy-driven, so I'm not sure how well that will go down.

    His sister also has a very large kelpie/border collie cross the size of a horse (and very dumb) that visits almost daily. I can already see that she will be annoying the hell out of my dog each and every day haha.

    Got some fun times ahead =)

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    Dogs are always fun haha!

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    Goodluck, I hope all goes well
    Rubylisious


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    So we've just been there all night with all four present. Both the female staffy and kelpie/collie cross are not a problem with my dog (both very submissive and willing to stop being annoying/playing when he tells them off).

    However, the problem was with my boyfriend's sister's new dog, an eight week male bull arab cross from the RSPCA. He was desexed a couple of days ago. For some reason, my dog was very interested in him, as in with lunging for him and constant barking. If he didn't look so excited and his tail wasn't wagging so hard, I'd have thought he was being aggressive.

    I'm not willing to risk putting them both on the floor to see what happens, but has anyone come across this? I believe the puppy is (or will be) a dominant dog, as he bullies the kelpie around and she's nearly a year older then him! He was also barking and growling a lot at my dog, so not quite sure what this means! xD At any case, I don't think we'll be letting them have any contact until the puppy's a bit older a least >.<

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    excited and tail wagging hard, is what my dog does when she's mouse hunting. Though the mice are perfectly safe when she catches up with them.

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