by Blksableworkingdogs on 22 January 2021 - 17:01
by bladeedge on 22 January 2021 - 17:01
by Nans gsd on 22 January 2021 - 18:01
by Q Man on 22 January 2021 - 19:01
Things will be ok...probably...as they are babies and up until around 8 months or so they become competitive...Then you feel safe in leaving them in the house together and you leave for a short while...The house can be a disaster and hopefully the dogs are still well...
If people would understand how to Handle and Control them...Then I would say fine...Go for it...But knowing people...It won't be good...
by Blksableworkingdogs on 22 January 2021 - 19:01
He says he wants to neuter them. This guy would give them a great home, but even neutered I think its a bad idea, just thought Id see if ya'll thought I was wrong....
A famous philosopher once said.... "Stupid is as stupid does" Forrest Gump
by hexe on 23 January 2021 - 01:01
by Hundmutter on 23 January 2021 - 04:01
However, I have to acknowledge that it CAN be done; one situation I know existed was that senior UK breeders and dog-food producers Arden Grange, of the Ardenberg Show Kennel, used to keep their two V rated, active stud, males in the same house together (without crates). So it does depend on the individual dogs; these 2 always got along great, even though they were relatively close in ages.
by bladeedge on 23 January 2021 - 04:01
Hund .arden Grange is a superb quality food i feed all my dog.I know the dogs you are talking about .iv been on the training field with one of them .I'm very good friends with the person who titled him .
by Hired Dog on 23 January 2021 - 04:01
I like my peace though and I dont go out of my way to create issues of what if at my house, so, one male at a time for me.
by Jenni78 on 23 January 2021 - 07:01
Also, someone who thinks neutering is a go-to behavioral modifier creating instant harmony hasn't a clue what they might be getting into, depending on genetics (which I don't know in this case). I wouldn't sell them even one dog, personally, with that philosophy.