Hello all. I just purchased my first GSD pup. I pick her up on the 20th when she is 8 weeks old. I am a little concerned about bringing her into the home with a female and male Bernese. I'll give a little background..I'm graduating college so this is my first dog I can call my own. Growing up I had a female Dalmatian. She never hurt another dog but never cared for other dogs and seemed to have little patience with other dogs ans strangers. Now that she has passed due to old age, my parents bought a female Bernese 3 years ago. They then decided to breed her and we kept a male puppy. So now we have Bella who is about 3 and duke is a little over a year. Duke is very playful and is afraid of his own shadow. Bella keeps to herself, puts duke in his place when he is rough with her when he is playing. Afterall he is a 105 lb puppy. They are very socialized. They go to the dog park everyday and are around other dogs at home often. My brother has two dogs, a male and a female who often spend nights and duke just wants to play and Bella just doesn't care to pay attention to them. Her puppies are also all local and we sometimes dog sit and she also doesn't really care for them either. I mean she says hi but she will just lay down and mind her own even if they don't. We have also dog sat for my uncle who has a full grown female pitbull and Bella played with her but then minded her own again. They are the sweetest dogs. All they want is attention from my parents. I keep reading about female gsds not getting along with other females. I chose a female because I read they can be a little more independent and I didn't want to have to deal with a male marking his territory especially with 2 other dogs in the house. From this information, do you think I will have a problem with Bella and my female gsd? I probably won't be living with my parents by the time she is 2 so she would only be living with Bella and duke for that time. I have a lot of free time since I only work part time, 4 hour shifts. I plan to spend the rest of my time training and socializing my pup. Thank you!