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  1. Our niece is just over a year old. Izzy LOVES her, too much. Since the baby was born izzy wants to play mother. Anytime the baby is upset izzy gets very upset, panting, shaking, etc. When the baby is walking around and being happy izzy wants to give kisses and be all over her. I have never seen anything like it. Izzy wears herself out. When she leaves izzy collapses cause she has worn herself out completely. Her behavior is the exact opposite of aggressive. We will keep izzy on a leash so she can't overwhelm the baby and separate her to another room. She gets the hint for a bit then ramps up again. Next step is her crate which we haven't needed for years. Don't know if it matters but izzy never had a liter. She was spayed very early by the rescue. Any thoughts?
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