After these posts he was quite well behaved. My hubby and two kids took all three dogs out for a nice long walk. They played and had a great time. He came in from the walk and has been the picture of innocence since then. We have a card from a behavioralist that I want to look into. My hubby is right when he says we can't afford it. It is odd how he doesn't attack or go after Rosie. Yes they play, and it gets loud, but it isn't at all aggressive. I thank you for all your advice, as you have been doing this much longer than I have.
They always are perfect angels after an incident Maybe because they are thinking 'wow, I really crossed the line'…now is the time to be very consistent, and make the boundaries clear. Not aggressive, or punishing, just structured.
And IME, it isn't odd at all that he doesn't go after Rosie. For some reason, dogs that resource guard often do it towards certain animals (humans included) but not others. Possibly becasue Rosie has reprimanded him, and Honey hasn't.
It would be best if you could call a behaviorist that uses positive methods..but if you just can't, there is a great book out there called "Mine!" by Jean Donaldson. You can find it at Dogwise.com or maybe Amazon. It is very affordable, and will lead you how to work on resource guarding.