Okay so not sure if this is the place to post but I have an 8 year old shih tzu griffin mix named sam and a 11 month old cocker spaniel and we give them both dog chews every night after their walk they used to be fine but recently harley has been going after my other dog. They haven't hurt each other or anything but it sounds like they're trying to kill each other. I have to use something to distract harley to get off him (squeak a ball or start a vacume) once hes off of him they stop. They are fine after that. They have never fought about anything else and they are not aggressive with anything else. Sometimes sam does try and take harleys chew when hes done with his so were thinking that might be fueling it. We feel bad by taking them away but its giving everyone anxiety. Would just taking away the chewies help? Or trying to give one and find something else harley likes, because he eats his but only pieces. I'm desperate at this point for any tips. I just dont want it ending up to one of them getting hurt.