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One last question... My mother has a new puppy..about 3 months old that isn't fully trained yet. The dog was ... Do you think there might be a possibility that my dog doesn't feel that this is her "safe territory" anymore?

Besides, your dog had her "incident" a week ago, right?

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So the dog was actually rewarded for being scared. Make sure you aren't rewarding being scared by coddling the dog, ignore her when she's scared, reward her when she's brave. And yes, take her to the vet, she may be in pain.

Yes, I would get her back together with the Lab (if she checks out with the vet), just a few minutes at a time., don't force anything, just reward her for being brave, tell her she's a good girl, toss a treat, whatever works for her.

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