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Aggression in 4 year old spayed female - 07/14/2005
I have a lovely 4 year old spayed female who has lived her whole life with a now 5 year old spayed female Corgi. GSD is extremely well-behaved, loyal, and fun to be with. Have trusted her implilcitly with dogs and people, including children. Last week, while I was away from home, she attacked the Corgi and left serious injuries to abdomen, thorax and groin. Obviously, the Corgi rolled over and did not fight back. What to do? Don't want to get rid of either dog. Is this common? Dog has no known health problems and is not in pain.

Replied - 01/18/2006
If the Corgi is allowed to be in elevated places that the shepherd is not (ie on the couch or bed, or even being picked up), the shepherd will challenge for dominance. Treat the dogs equally and keep them separated when you are not present.

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