Puppies Growling and Fighting

My puppies get jealous of each other and then that leads to a fight and growling. How do I fix this problem?

By mattman

July 21, 20110 found this helpful
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A puppy is like a baby give them the same attention at the same time and if one starts to growl at the other, don't pay it attention. Give the one that did not start it more so the other can see that if you start to growl or fight it won't get the attention and if it starts still put it in a different room.

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Anonymous Flag
July 22, 20110 found this helpful

Puppies are children and that's how they learn to socialize. Treat them as if they are human children and if, and only if, it starts getting out of hand put each of them (without scolding or taking sides) into separate rooms for a time out ;-)

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