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Old June 14th, 2008, 01:18 AM
jay421 jay421 is offline
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HELP! Introducing new puppy to pack!

So my girlfriend and I have a 7yr old JRT(F) and a 2 yr old yorkie (M) and last night we decided to buy a 10week old Boston Terrier(F). We introduced them outside and the Jack didn't really seem to interested but the Yorkie is OBSESSED!! Nonstop all night, nothing mean or harmful or even trying to mate. Just obsessed. He even hovers over her while she sleeps just waiting for her to wake... all night long!! His whole attitude has changed.. he doesnt want treats or to go outside or want to be around us at all, his mind is constant on where she is. It's crazy. Anyway I'm hoping this wears off cause its borderline insanity. Anyone else hear or experience this problem please help me out. I Dont want to have to give her away just to bring balance back to our happy home. Thanks in advance.
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Old June 14th, 2008, 09:32 AM
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Are your adult dogs spayed and neutered ? That maybe just be it ..... if they are , I would give it more time , make sure to give the puppy some time off from the yorkie from time to time.

If they're not spayed and neutered , I would get them to the vet asap.
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