In a way I say to let them go at it but keep a close eye on them but I totally understand what you are feeling. Are either or both of them fixed?
waiting said:Thank you all for your imput, it has helped me look at the situation in different ways. I know what you mean playing hard and ripping to the death. I can honestly say big dobe 75 your remarks hit home. The girls are only three months apart. I have thought about re-homing one of them. To be honest it is stressful most of the time. Yet the old stupid guilt slips in, you know you make a commitment. My breeder made me feel so guilty yet on the other hand I finally said to him what are you talking about any of your dogs that you have kept to show or breed that eventually didn't turn out like you thought you sold , even after they had lived in your home for over a year. You got rid of them for comfirmation etc. not that they were ready to chew each other up. He then said just keep them seperate all the time well that is stressful to. Doors locked gates up yuck. On the other hand wouldn't we all be happier dogs included. The one girl should be in a home with no other dogs. When we are in public she is dog aggressive as well. I am going to talk to the vet and see if she can refer us to someone to help. If things don't change after that I will have to make a mature decision logical not emotional.