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It is probably best to seek the assistance of a behaviorist in your area. Have them visit your home and allow them to observe all the dogs as they are in your home.

You want to be careful about correcting a dog who might actually be responding to rude behavior from the other. You want to avoid correcting the wrong dog.
 

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geez, I guess when Im in a hurry I tend to repeat myself.... sorry for the horribly written response above.

You may want to try ignoring both when one get's in a fuss. No correction no reward just leave.
 
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