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I have a 9 month old red nose pittie girl, and I've been taking her to the same daycare since she was about 5 months old. She's played with other dogs just fine until recently, when my work schedule changed and I wasn't walking her as much. I've been taking her to daycare early in the morning since I work earlier now. A few days ago, I got a call from the daycare saying that my pup was playing aggressively with the newer dogs and had to be put in timeout a few times to chill out, and that they weren't going to put her back in until the afternoon or I could come pick her up with no charge. I went and picked her up and she seemed fine when I came and got her.
With the quarantine that's been going on, we havent been able to go to training classes since they were suspended temporarily. She's not getting as much exposure to other pups since we've had to stay at home a lot. Is it because I havent been walking her as much and just need to burn up energy, or do pits really have a hard time being around other dogs? I had planned to get another puppy once my girl is 1.5-2 years old or so, so I really wanna make sure she's gonna be able to coexist with another dog in the house without issues. Any advice?
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