A divided house
I don't know if there is an answer, although I probably know it already and afraid to implement it. We have a Great dane, a miniature poodle, Italian Greyhound, two mixed, and two Golden Retrievers that are blind. We rescued the Golden's from the Humane Society when they were twelve weeks old. That was three years ago. Since we got them, we have never allowed them to be with the other dogs, accept for the two little ones. We divide the house, each into their own side. The little ones can go either way.
The great dane and one of the mixed are the two that I am scared about. My great dane has attacked my daughters great dane and it was terrible to get her away from him. We are afraid that she would go after one of the blind Golden's
and fight. We are concerned about them being blind and not know what is going on. My daughter says that it isn't the dogs, its us. I realize that, but how can we overcome this or should we? I have seen Cesar and the way he handles the dogs. I have seen them fight also and he has to pull them apart, making the instigator lay down and submit to the other dog.
I'm about to hyperventilate just thinking about it. They also say not to try
Cesar's demo's because he is a professional. Why do they demonstrate it to us if we're not suppose to utilize it? Like I said, I don't know if there is a cut and dried answer but it is very difficult and I don't think that Cesar will come to Kansas. Doodle bug7