"I think reintroducing the scent and associating it with good things is a great idea, and definitely something to add to the repertoire. I'd separate them completely for awhile first.
Michala, when you do start walking them…"
"Thank you guys so much. This has been so stressful because I love these guys so freaking much and you guys have been so helpful. I was originally googling solutions but never really got any real helpful ideas."
"This sounds like hormone fluctuations. It takes time for their systems to calm down. I would keep them separate for now for sure.
As far as neutralizing the aggression, the old standby is to take an item of the older dog, like a blankie…"
"Thank you so much for the advice. Ein (older) was 23 months and Apollo (younger) was 10 months. We were actually discussing taking the younger one out to my boyfriend's mom's house for awhile originally and I think that is…"
"How old were they when neutered? If they were older, certainly they'd have weird testosterone fluctuations which could impact mood.
If it were me, I think I'd keep them totally separated for a week or more, then start walking them…"
Okay, so I am hoping this page helps give me some answers. about two years ago, we got our first corgi. In August, we got our second. There are about a year apart in age. Since they have met, they really have not had any issues. They play a lot, which sometimes looks rough, but they are never serious. Within the last few months, we have noticed that the younger one has started becoming more territorial about certain things and has actually started aggressive fights with the older one…See More