Older dogs don’t always tolerate hyper puppies. Create some barriers between them until they have a chance to adjust to each other. Keep a leash on your puppy when the older dog is in the same room.
Let them eat in the same room together, but supervise them so they are not trying to eat each other’s food.
Sometimes, the best time to keep them in the same room together is when your puppy is exhausted from playing. If a puppy is too playful or rambunctious with an older dog, the older dog may give a quick pop with his muzzle or a quick nip, not a bite, as a warning to send the puppy away.
If your puppy runs off and cries, avoid the temptation to pick him up.
Call your puppy to you as you kneel down and, using this moment to your advantage, have the pup run to you for security. Distract your puppy by playing with him or letting him chase you around.
Never physically punish an older dog for having impatience with a puppy. The older dog is simply establishing her rights and letting the puppy know her level of tolerance. Your puppy needs to learn to respect an older dog’s space. You should, however, verbally admonish your older dog to curb this lack of intolerance.