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I have a 5 year old dog that had a puppy 2 months ago or so and we decided to keep the puppy since it was just one. Everything was okay and the mother did a great job. When the puppy started to grow and walk on its own they started to play all the time, it was sort of like fake biting, you know, the way that dogs kind of play with each other. Sometimes it was a little bit rough in my opinion but nothing that we had to step in or anyting. So recently we had to separate the dogs because my family moved with the mom and my sister and her husband kept the puppy, they saw each other last week and everything was back to normal and they just played as usual. Then today which is a week later I bring the dog mom again to the puppies house. at first everything was okay but then suddenly the mom dog started to become aggressive towards the puppy because the puppy started jumping on top of the mom you know playing a little bit more over the top and for some reason the mother started to pull her teeth out to the puppy and growled at the puppy and even try to bite the puppy but never did. Now we're in a tough situation because I do really want them to keep on being friends but I don't know if it's going to be possible because of this maybe I need to socialize the dog to her puppy idk.
My dog is a very reactive and anxious dog so maybe if I can give her long walks before we meet the puppy she can become a little bit more easy with the dog I don't really know what to do, should I start to socialize the dog again to her puppy? why does she not recognize her puppy anymore? I have so much questions.
TLDR; after a week without seeing her puppy, mom dog does not want to play with the puppy anymore, and is starting to dislike it, she growls and pulls her teeth and even tries to bite the puppy and we don't know what to do.
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