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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:08 PM
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Well put MBIE. And I agree... more information is needed here.

There are certainly things you can do to encourage two pups to get along, and there are some situations where I think they [B]tend[B] to get along better. For example, most adult dogs tend to be more accepting of a puppy (which will usually submit to the adult dog) than to another adult dog that may challenge his/her authority. That's not to say it can't be done, but I think there are certain situations where any two dogs of any two breeds will usually get along better.

Can you give us more information. There really is no simple answer to your question, it's not a yes or no answer. We need more info about the dogs involved, their age, etc.
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