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Old 02-16-2014, 07:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey these are my 2 girls they are 8 weeks and I am having trouble finding out if they are gsp or not or mixed coyld anyone lend a hand please I baught them from cl with no papers..
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Here they are
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they look like pure gsds but you can't know 100percent without seeing papers.
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they look like pure gsds but you can't know 100percent without seeing papers.
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good luck trying to raise 2 pups.
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What do you mean good luck lol? Is ot going to be that bad?
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properly training, socializing and taking care of 1 pup takes
a lot of time. having 2 pups i think your work is cut out for you.
do you know how to train, socialize and care for a pup/dog?
if you ever had a well trained, highly socialized dog you know
what it takes to get there. having 2 pups, good luck.

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Raising one pup is hard enough. Raising two is asking for a lot of headaches. Hence the good luck.

Potty training, teething, crying, potty training.

It's a lot to take on.
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We actually have no idea what we are doing, but we are more than willing to learn. We originally went to pick up one, after seeing the situation that they were in we decided to take both girls home. Any tips?
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We actually have no idea what we are doing, but we are more than willing to learn. We originally went to pick up one, after seeing the situation that they were in we decided to take both girls home. Any tips?
Keep them separated as much as possible. You want them to bond and learn from you, not each other. There are many threads on here of heartache from people who've gotten two at the same time, it works sometimes, but it takes a lot of time. There is a reason most breeders won't even entertain the idea of letting two puppies go at the same time to the same home, it's very hard and you must keep them from depending on each other. Use the search bar on here, look up "two puppies, raising siblings, etc." As others have said, good luck.
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