|How wonderful to have not one but TWO sheepies! And quite a challenge, from what it sounds.....!
I have had no first hand experience with multiple sheepies in the household, but from what I have read on the OES List and other places, the best thing to do is remain patient, and let them work it out with your supervision.
I do have first hand experience with the 3 sheepies I have had over the years (seperately) and introducing them into a household with at least one cat. It takes a while, and they always maintain a safe distance, but eventually they tolerate each other. I think it will be more than that eventually with your two, but it will definately take time.
You might want to check with your vet as well as the folks her and on the OES List to see what advice they might have. Best of luck to you. I am envious in many ways!
Guinevere's Dad, Kevin Z.
|hi again my 6month old bear sheepie is doing better he is letting her cuddle now but she is so aggresive and bites alot now is that a puppy thing or is she going to be mean now will she grow out of this or is she playing i have lots of patience for them they are my babies!!!!!!!!they are the greatest dogs in the world im just scared she will be mean she wont let us pet her now she bites help!!!!!!! i just hope my baby girl sophie sheepie is as sweet as my baby bear sheepie|
i have a beautiful male old english sheep dog that is 6months i love him so much that i decided to buy him a companion female that is only 6weeks im scared he is going to hurt her they play but were he is older he is ruff i need some advise on this should i seperate them or will he be ok with her please help me thanks oes lover
The pup "cries" if the older one is hurting him and then you need to just calm the older one down I think.
But 6 weeks!
Why so young
But lucky you!
And congratulations with your new pup!
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