Z Jun 21, Understanding Conflict 1, comments. I recently arrived home after a long day at work to discover that my two boxers, Gizmo and Gonzo, had gotten into a fight in their kennel. This was a very disturbing incident for two reasons: first, the dogs had always gotten along before this fight and appeared to be best friends; second, we had kenneled the dogs together since we owned them. What was most startling to me was trying to figure out what went wrong, what triggered this aggressive outburst that has now forced us to keep them separately when not home. In the 48 hours following the dog fight, my wife and I observed very unique behaviors in the dogs, and I began to think about what lessons I could apply from this incident to better understand how humans deal with the immediate aftermath of conflicts.
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