|Posted by karen on October 12, 2013 at 11:45 AM|
Are you thinking of getting two puppies? I often hear from people who thought this was a great idea - until they started having problems with house training, or undesireable behaviours. Unless you have a great deal of time to invest in training two puppies at once, and are prepared for the additional challenges of two puppies at once, and especially two adolescent dogs at once, when they reach that stage, you would be wise to start with one puppy. When the first puppy is adjusted, well on the way to having the foundations of good behaviour established, and has bonded with you. then you can look at adding another puppy into the mix.
The URL will get you to a good article with plenty of food for thought if you think you might like to get two puppies and some important suggestions for how to work with those puppies if you already have them.