Tips on two dogs sharing toys and chews.
In the summer I look after a Scottie dog, Dollie, for 4 days. Last year I gave them both rawhide chews. Dolly buried hers in Dylan's bed and when he found it, she bit him. She didn't break the skin or anything but he was really upset. Dolly was told off and locked behind the baby gate in the hall. Dylan asked to go outside and he sat on the top step, with the door open, gazing out at the garden for over an hour.
At first, when I gave Poppy a rawhide he would hide under the table. She wouldn't hurt him but he was worried. I thought I'd never give her a chew again but she does love them and I thought maybe he'd get over it if she was nice. She does tend to take his chews off him if he puts it down.
Any tips on managing this or should I just be grateful one is backing down with no arguments? I have been letting Dylan take his chews outside on his own for some peace. Same thing happens with toys.
I'm also due to have Dolly again this year but think I should cancel.
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