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Resource/Kennel Gaurding

We have a pitbul husky mix who has recently started to become possessive of her kennel. There was a recent altercation with her brother dog (small mini-poo) where she became aggressive with the brother when he entered the kennel. It took me splitting them apart for it to be ended. About 30 minutes after, they were friends again and licking each other however this is something I want to avoid in the future. Any thoughts or recomendations?
 

Michele

Chi Super Dog
Administrator
Pitbull's can be dog aggressive. You can manage that genetic trait, but you cannot train it out of the dog. Don't let the smaller dog go into the other dog's kennel. Please don't let them be alone without supervision.