Yep, my little 11 mo old corgi has attacked my 12 yo Sheltie again. The first time Stormie (Sheltie) ended up having major surgery to repair his neck. This time it wasn't as severe with just one bite mark on his neck. Here's a little history...we rescued Stormie about 8 1/2 yrs ago and he became a member of our family which included 2 other Shelties. One passed away due to old age and the other ran under our golf cart as it was moving. Our 11yo daughter was absolutely devastated and we ended up getting Sassy as 41/2 mo puppy. Yeah, I know we should have waited and dealt with the grieving process but we didn't. Sassy adapted to our family right from the start understanding that my husband was the alpha in the family. Last Nov, we discovered that Stormie had been attacked and thought at the time it was due to food agression. We kept them separated especially at meal times and everything seemed to be going great until today. We managed a self storage facility and the dogs are allowed access to our office from the residence. A couple was renting a unit and the wife and their young daughter were playing with Sassy. Stormie walked up and wanted affection as well. Within a heartbeat, Sassy had him pinned down by the throat and of course, Stormie was yelping. We broke it up and put Sassy in her crate. Then we took Stormie to the vet who prescribed antibiotics and a pain pill. When we described the situation, she said that Stormie may have missed some cues from Sassy to back off and that may be because he's blind in one eye and is deaf.
Ok, now that my tale has been told, any thoughts from any one???