Raising Two Dogs

Getting a second dog? Living in a house with multiple dogs? Dog owners who’ve been there share their personal experiences, tips, and advice for raising more than one dog in the same household. See how to properly introduce two dogs, train two dogs, feed two dogs, and crate two dogs at the same time. Also, male dog vs female dog similarities and differences you need to know!

Tips For Raising Two Dogs Together: How To Manage A Multi-Dog Household With Ease

Raising two dogs vs one dog. Should you raise one dog or two dogs? That’s a question I asked myself for years — until I decided to try owning multiple dogs (usually 2, but sometimes 3) at the same time. Because multi-dog household aggression is real! It’s one of the signs of Littermate Syndrome when you’re raising two puppies. I’ve been at this for decades now! Here’s how to introduce 2 dogs. Signs one dog doesn’t like the other. Pros & Cons of having more than one dog. Ways to simplify life when you have multiple dogs. How to get dogs to get along. All my best tips for how to raise two dogs in the house together!

Preventing Littermate Syndrome In Dogs: How To Raise Two Puppies (From The Same Litter OR Different Litters) At Once Without Issues

Is Littermate Syndrome real? YES! Most experts strongly advise against raising sibling puppies — because they may become difficult to handle as they mature due … Read more

Older Dog Is Aggressive With Puppy? (Mine Was Too) My Best Tips For Dealing With Dog Aggression

Have you ever dealt with dog aggression issues? I have! We went from 2 dogs to 3 dogs and the middle dog immediately became aggressive toward the new puppy. Here are my tips for adding another dog into your household and how to deal with dog aggression — especially when it’s an older dog playing too rough with a new puppy.

Tips For Raising Multiple Dogs: 3 Things You MUST Do When You Have More Than One Dog!

Have More Than One Dog?… There are a few important things you need to consider before bringing another dog home. Because two (and especially three) dogs under one roof comes with its own set of challenges. Been there, done that! Here are the 3 most important things you need to do when raising more than one dog together.