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Date Posted: 19:10:48 07/04/04 Sun
Author: Janet
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Subject: getting along with each other???

Hi everybody, my husband and I adopted a deaf Australian Shepard yesterday and he is the cutest. We were concerned that our first dog wouldn't adopt to this change because he is usually not so friendly to other dogs. We went with him to check out if he would like the new dog and he really seamed to be fine ( no growling or being jealous). Of course it is always different in their own home. Now the second day it looks like it is a big stress factor for our old dog. He is jealous and is growling all the time to the new dog and bit him already ones. We don't know if the two dogs will get used to each other after a while or if it is a better solution to find a different home for the new dog. Of course we want to try everything to keep him. Any advise?

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