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Old May 12th, 2013, 02:08 PM
it'spuppylove it'spuppylove is offline
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One dog or two?

Hello,

I'm a first time dog owner who is looking to adopt a rescue dog and have come to like an older bonded pair (a 7 year old spayed pom-sheltie, and a 3 year old neutered min pin-yorkie). Now, never owned a dog before I was wondering if any dog owners out there would be able to tell me what's the benefit to having 2 dogs vs. 1? Also, if anyone could weigh in on whether you need to be a more experienced dog owner to care for 2 dogs or if it's possible to take care of them even though it will be your first dog, it would be much appreciated!
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