Louie is a 2-1/2 year old male wheaten terrier from a reputable CT breeder that we've used previously for two female wheatens. This is our first male. Louie is gorgeous, affectionate and energetic. However, our older female wheaten has never accepted him, even when he was a small playful puppy. At this point she growls whenever he is near and the tension between them is growing. They have been getting into fights more often and we're looking for a solution. In this tense environment, Louie has begun to show aggressive behavior toward my husband when he attempts to break up the fights and just seems on edge. When our female dog is not around, Louie is much more relaxed and good-natured. Louie gets along with one of our cats but has been known to chase the other one. He has been good with our grandchildren during the holidays but doesn't see them very often since they live in CA. He goes to the groomer every 4 weeks and does well in their small group interactive dog setting. We think he would thrive in a calmer household with fewer pets and most of all want him to have a happier life. We are retired and need our home to be peaceful.