They are both VERY cute. However, I would suggest you pick just one to keep. You now have two puppies from a breeding where (at the very least) the male was somewhat unstable and quite aggressive. If even one of your puppies has a similar temperament (as it can be a genetic link) you'll have a lot of training and behavior modification coming up... having two puppies that are going to need so much time and attention right now is asking for trouble. You would be much more capable of providing 100% (time and effort) to one puppy than trying to split that among two.
Anyway, I've trained dogs for years, and raised more than my fair share of puppies... I would never (even with my experience) take on two at once. So my only real advice is to reconsider trying to raise two.
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