Sure. Agreed.We're kind of the opposite. I live in a 500 sq ft cabin with my soon to be three. It's kind of worked out that there are people spaces and dog spaces. They go to the bedroom if they want some quiet time.
That said, we all spend most of the day outside and come in to eat dinner. We have 10+ wooded acres thats ours but are surround by 1000's more that are uninhabited. I think that makes it a lot more doable. We are planning on adding a room with some outdoor covered runs off of the bedroom this winter just to give more options in nasty weather, even though we still spend a ton of time out in the rain and cold.
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Rain is a pain but 10" of snow is perfect GSD play timeSure. Agreed.
The degree of outdoor time can supplant the lack of indoor space.
I just try to consider the aggregate, when you have three days of rain, for example, or 10” of snow to melt for two weeks.
Then, life gets real interesting when you can’t get them outdoors.
So agree, until day 1 or 2 after and then 45 degrees creeps in.Rain is a pain but 10" of snow is perfect GSD play time
The latter! I like the pack situation and for them to basically never be alone.I have had multiple dogs at once in the past and currently have one now. I believe it depends on the type of dog you have and what your goals are. If trying to compete in sports at a challenging level and have a dog with some aggression, one dog is best IMO. If you are mainly wanting multiple companions, that is different .
One more male, I watch his interactions with everyone. One intact female, and I have to watch all interactions. I need a better setup for that. Also the whining males is a no for me. If I had a female, I’d probably be a one dog person.You need an intact female!
Sorry. Forgot about the fish! Always had at least one small Beta tank and my 40 gallon with the Oscars and my monster Plecto that liked to freak out and trash the rocks. Lol.Sabi....
There’s no fish tank in there anywhere??? 🤣