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Old 09-20-2012, 05:41 PM
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@awp your point is very well taken...

Thanks to everyone for sharing input as well!
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yep... ditto cali... same advice if the pups were labs, goldens, jrt's gsd's, rotties, poodles, chihuahuas, etc...



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Well there's no guarantee they will lick eachother.

If my neighbor gets a new dog I do nothing but that's just me.

I also don't consider them behemoth either, maybe if a really large Pit or something. Mine range from 30-45lbs.
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Well, introduction is crucial. I hope your pets really would get along well.
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Introduction is really crucial. I hope they would get along well.
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I dont see how a medium dog breed will be behomoth or why you even need to worry about them all meeting? Tons of dogs in my neighborhood, and my dogs only know a few. there is no need for them to get along with every one
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I dont see how a medium dog breed will be behomoth or why you even need to worry about them all meeting? Tons of dogs in my neighborhood, and my dogs only know a few. there is no need for them to get along with every one
can you elaborate, I'm a bit confused what you pt. is?
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My point is Im wondering why you are even conserned that your neighbor got 2 new dogs? I mean Im sure most of us, including you. have had other neighbors who have got new dogs/or moved to the neighborhood. I guess Im missing the big picture on why they need to be friends
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My point is Im wondering why you are even conserned that your neighbor got 2 new dogs? I mean Im sure most of us, including you. have had other neighbors who have got new dogs/or moved to the neighborhood. I guess Im missing the big picture on why they need to be friends
I didn't understand either, but she said she feels more comfortable if the dogs know each other in case the dogs get loose when her dog is out, she feels if they know each other the dogs will be more likely to play rather than hurt her dog.
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Finally got acquainted with these two lovely pups with the owner's permission of course. Like all pups they are both extremely playful, inquisitive and adorable. I have yet to introduce my Murray but will when the time is right.

I'll reaffirm my 'behemoth comment' as these two will clearly exceed a combined total weight of 150 lbs easy. They both have massive chests & heads and of course really big paws.

The good news is that Murray seems to have grown accustomed to their scent, the first several days he seemed anxious and would bark when the puppies would make noise, cry etc.
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