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Old 03-06-2014, 12:03 AM   #1
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I was going to wait a week, But Mr. Buddylee's (and Mosey's) leash holders need suggestions. After 1 week Mr. Buddylee is going crazy with the high pitched squeal and constant nipping on ears, tail and private parts. Our 10 week JRT is adorable and has a wonderful disposition and will eventually be the Happy Hounds best friend. But, how long will it take and how do we accelerate the process?

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Mosey is precious and he and Mr. Buddylee make a good pair. Wish I could give suggestions on the situation, but have never introduced a puppy to an older dog in a home situation.
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Wow, he is absolutely beautiful ! Great prictures of them both.

Sounds like Mr Buddylee is a bit laid back like my Arny was. Really Mr Buddlylee should be putting the pup in his place when he gets too annoying or pushes his luck too much.

My older dog never did this with Roly, and very soon Roly became the more dominant leader of the two.

My advice would be to remove little Mosey and put him in a cage or behind a babygate when you can see he really is being very annoying and Mr Buddylee is not standing up for himself. That way at least the pup will see you are in charge.

That's is just from my past experience, I'm sure someone else on here will know exactly what you should really be doing in this situation

I'm sure they will grow into very loving brothers. They're very lucky brothers

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Wow, he is absolutely beautiful ! Great prictures of them both.

Sounds like Mr Buddylee is a bit laid back like my Arny was. Really Mr Buddlylee should be putting the pup in his place when he gets too annoying or pushes his luck too much.

My older dog never did this with Roly, and very soon Roly became the more dominant leader of the two.

My advice would be to remove little Mosey and put him in a cage or behind a babygate when you can see he really is being very annoying and Mr Buddylee is not standing up for himself. That way at least the pup will see you are in charge.

That's is just from my past experience, I'm sure someone else on here will know exactly what you should really be doing in this situation

I'm sure they will grow into very loving brothers. They're very lucky brothers
Thank you! We have an 8 section pen coming tomorrow. The new baby bed, in the top photos has helped a lot. When Mosey is in the bed, Mr. Buddylee feels safe from harassment.

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Congratulations! How very adorable Mosey is.. and congratulations to Mr.Buddylee too. How did Mr.Buddylee come to find himself a brother?
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Congratulations! How very adorable Mosey is.. and congratulations to Mr.Buddylee too. How did Mr.Buddylee come to find himself a brother?
A friend of ours, in town, has raised 20 litters of JRT's in the past 30 years. They have great personalities and usually he has people waiting for the puppys. Last week, Mr. Buddylee, on his regular walk by town hall approached the doorway for a "regular" biscuit and the door opened with 2 adult JRT's walking out with their tiny son close behind. Clark, our friend, said Mosey is looking for a good home (the last of a 4 puppy litter), so why don't you take him home to try out? Right! We have been trying him ever since. Friends have been wondering why we chose a high energy, crazy "Jack"? We didn't choose him, but we have been thinking about a "buddy" for Mr. BL and the spontaneous gift just happened. We have always had mature, rescue dogs. A 9 week puppy is a new experience. How do you make 12 months pass with a finger snap?

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It sounds like it was meant to be :-) I did have an 8 week old pup with an older dog, nearing 11 when the pup came home with us, and it worked out nicely in so many ways. My older dog was a great mentor to the pup and the pup brought out playfulness in my older dog that was still in her but hadn't shown itself in a while. It didn't take long until they were best buddies.
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Oh Mr. Buddylee's new brother is adorable!! I love the pic of them sleeping together.
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The photo of Mosey and Mr. Buddylee sleeping together is absolutely precious. Love the story of how Mosey became part of your family. Some things were just meant to be.
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I agree. You just have to survive a little while until Mosey catches on.
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