This is 100% my fault. I've allowed Sitka and my mutt, Ruger to wrestle indoors since day one with Sitka. Ruger is a great, and is so very patient with Sitka. I love their relationship. Anyways, it dawned on me the other day that Sitka won't always be a tiny 30lbs pup. In a few months he's going to be rivaling Ruger in size and weight. So I'm working to break this habit of indoor roughhousing. When they start playing, I've been calling Sitka to me, and rewarding in a sit and calm state. Then I have Ruger sit. Sitka and I then walk around him a couple times, the goal is to ignore him. He does well and this usually settles them both down, so the both get rewards. Then we play a more calm game indoors to burn the energy or go outside for some soccer. Does this sound like an effective way to teach a pup to have some manners inside? Is there a more effective way I could be doing this? I've never had to teach this, and if I continue allowing these two to wrestle, when they're both 75+lbs, there will be nothing left in their wake.