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Little velvet and my male thor

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by Melissa Gibbs, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. Velvet is doing great on the potty training however my male wants nothing to do with her and its been almost a week he still avoids her and if she gets on the couch he has a fit anyone have any ideas or suggestions on how to get him to accept her in to the family thank you for your help with this 20171204_122436.jpg
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  2. EstyEsty

    EstyEsty Little Dog Premium Member

    Well of course you know that he’s jealous!! I had a similar challenge when I brought Peetie Home at 8 weeks old with our 7 yr old male lab.
    He never bit her,( then!)just didn’t want anything to do with her! I just tried to give him a lot of attention and kept a good eye on them just in case he did bite her. Also they would go outside together and she would follow him and watch him pee and poop! It just takes time. Keep their feed bowls separated till they like each other!
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