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Old 12-05-2012, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all,

I am new to this forum. My wife and I have 3 beautiful rescue beagles, Yoshi, Kyra and Kato. My wife's family dog is also a loving chocolate beagle named Winston.

We've had Kyra and Yoshi for about a year, and we rescued Kato yesterday.

I am seeking for any advice you guys had on my situation...

Before Kato, Kyra and Yoshi played just fine and got along no problem. However, now that Kato has arrived (Kato and Kyra are of similar age and size), they go bananas playing with each other and Yoshi (who is older) gets very jealous and growls and nips at Kato.

So far, we've seen Yoshi growl and run at Kato with an aggressive demeanor, but never actually attacks or hurts Kato. When he does nip and bite at Kato, it doesn't seem to be with much force because Kato seems unphased by it all.

Any thoughts or suggestions on having them "all get along?" Well, more so Yoshi than anyone else.

Thanks!
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Old 12-05-2012, 04:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It may just take a while for them to get to know each other and settle in to their own routines. On the other hand, sometimes certain dogs NEVER get along with each other-like some people will always clash. One day isn't really much time to determine this. Does the rescue group have any kind of return policy? I would check on that and try to give it a couple of weeks. If they continue to have frequent issues, I would consider returning the newest dog. I'm saying that because you have had the others together in happy coexistence for a long while. you don't want to do anything to permanently jeopardise that.
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I believe you have to let them work it out, within reason. Only one can be the dominate dog.
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