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Although aggression can start in puppyhood with ANY breed , this is a bit out of the blue, by your description. or should I say lack of description. Aggression always should be viewed in context. You have not described any antecedent or body language . and you haven't mentioned any post barking/growling details. Off hand it sounds more playful in nature. And I agree if this is the case that I would ignore it for now and keep in mind that you should be the one to initiate play sessions in general as it can be reinforced and become demanding in nature.
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