I agree with Ruth on this one. Right now I have three female GSDs ages 6, 5, & 4. The 4 year old was brought in last summer as a new adoption. The other two were adopted when they were 8 months and 1 1/2 years old. They are VERY bonded to each other.
We can only foster female dogs, due to a permanent male foster who CANNOT be around other male dogs. He is fine with having a harem of spayed roommates, but he goes nutty when he smells a male dog. (he is totally blind).
We have fostered a variety of female GSDs, of all age groups, since we adopted the 4 year old and everyone gets along OK. Sometimes we have a little posturing when we bring in a new foster, but that is to be expected.
In my humble opinion, it all depends on the personalities of the individual dogs. Same sex aggression can happen with males or females, but in our experience it is the exception, and not the general rule.
Yours in GSDs and rescue,
Good Dogs for Good Homes
Virginia German Shepherd Rescue
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