The reason they fight is because they are two ***es, specifically GSD
***es. GSDs are my favorites, but it's a trait I've seen often and don't
like. The ***es seem to be more dog aggressive than average, especially with
*** on *** aggression.
My advice would be to insure that they live totally separate, forever, or
re-home one of them. The only other option would be to put one or both of them
on Prozac. It would be a couple of weeks before you'd see results, if any, and
you'd still run the risk of a fight. You said that you're taking them to class,
what does the instructor say?
My experience is that when ***es fight to the extent that one or both need
medical attention, there is little you can do, behaviorally, to make them safe
with each other. When males or male/female pairs, fight there is often hope.
Also, the fights tend to escalate, so if you allow them access to each other
when you're not home you are running the risk of coming home to find one or the
Cats and women will do as they please, dogs and men need to relax and get used
to the idea. (R. Heinlein)
>Either keep them seperated at all times, or get rid of one of them. They
>not fighting for your attention, they are fighting to establish who is the
>boss. Your attention is just a small portion of the big picture. It is
>and unfair to the dogs for you to be too stubborn to not get rid of one.
12. Fighting females