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Old 12-14-2007, 03:46 PM
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Default Ok stiches are out! And a little side story.

Ok Whisper's stiches are out! When can I let her run, run run? And, whenever I give Hershey a toy, when Whisper already has a toy, Whisper goes and steals it from Hershey! And Hershey lets her have it!! Thats not like him!! Is Whisper the dominant one of the two? Cause in a pack I've heard the bitch is the alpha dog. And she keeps the bone from him!! Its kinda funny, but then poor Hershey is crud out of luck of a bone. Well, thats it! Thank you for reading!
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Old 12-14-2007, 08:39 PM
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If her stitches are out, its probably safe to let Whisper run around. As for the toy taking thing, females are often alpha. However, Benji will steal toys from Daisy all the time, and she doesn't care, but Daisy is certainly the alpha dog in the relationship.

With bones, I would recomend you give them seperate bones in a seperate area. Even dogs that are the best of friends otherwise can get into fights about bones (see DanL's thread "Gunner Let Daisy Have It").
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Old 12-14-2007, 11:22 PM
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Once sutures are removed life can go back to normal, she's healed.
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