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    Default Aggression Between Family Dogs

    Owning more than one dog can double the fun of pet ownership and can be beneficial to the wellness of the dogs, especially if their owners are gone for most of the day at work. But what happens if the dogs don't get along? Dr. Marsha Reich, from Maryland-Virginia Veterinary Behavioral Consulting, discusses what causes family dogs to fight and offers tips for preventing inter-dog aggression.
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