It's hard to know when you have all the dogs. I have two and it's pretty easy. Don't know if these are all the dogs. My husband thinks they are.
Understood.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.
I like all the creatures.
Except spiders. Spiders can leave. Currently renegotiating terms with the spider mafia in the pump room. I refuse to cede the bathroom.
Precisely!I was just outside raking and cleaning some windows and setting up some firewood. Dogs are running around like amazing idiots, amusing themselves and letting off more steam than I could for them with a 2 hour hike in the woods. All I know is two dogs are way easier than 1 in almost all respects.
A lot of people have found this out.I was just outside raking and cleaning some windows and setting up some firewood. Dogs are running around like amazing idiots, amusing themselves and letting off more steam than I could for them with a 2 hour hike in the woods. All I know is two dogs are way easier than 1 in almost all respects.
Sabi and Bud were awesome. Even with fosters coming and going all was well. But when Sabs died and Bud turned on Shadow, well it just sucked.Stop it.
My girl just had a litter of 8 and, OK, one looks just like her and and no, I wasn't going to keep one from this litter. I wasn't!
Hard as it is to say no, if you don't have a lot of space, time, money and a good set up, having more than 3 or 4 is challenging and can be not fun- work not fun. It depends, though... but it also is harder to title, and work dogs if you have more than 1 or 2 actively in sport.
Again, it depends on your job, time, money, and housing situation.
I like to give each dog his or her absolute best life, so I do keep my numbers fairly low for that reason. I know my limits.
You'd be surprised (or not) how many people with 3 or more dogs who keep those dogs mostly in crates. I won't do that, nor will I keep kennel only dogs. Not judging, it's just not how I want to live with my dogs.
It’s work - for about a year, but I like them close in age.The two I have now are young, 15 months and 9 months. They are both very focused on us, especially the younger one, but still have a lot of play time together. When we get the third one this winter, we plan on keeping her more separated from the other two. She is going to be my learning experience with some more serious training. The two I have now make a great team and know all of their duties around the property. My husband says he would still like another boy. He's retired and with the dogs 24/7, I still have a few more years to go. Dog sports will be one of my hobbies going into retirement, so if their training continues to go well, we'll see.
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