AllisonPibbleLvr wrote:If you aren't willing to consider the possibility that you might have to eventually crate and rotate two dogs, I would discourage you from getting a Pitbull (or any terrier breed for that matter).
Curly_07 wrote:The best chance to have 2 that get along together that you can do things with the 2 of them at the same time is to get adults that are already matured and proven to be dog friendly, and test good together/balance each other out. Of course, you would still need to separate them when you can't supervise, but that is necessary for any 2 dogs of any breed. 2 small/medium size dogs can get in scraps when unattended just like 2 pit bulls or 2 dogs of different breeds. Dogs are individuals and should be looked at as such.
To touch on the age thing, when getting a dog of any breed that is not fully matured, it is possible for them to mature to not be dog friendly anymore. Something to think about if you are looking to adopt any younger dog. I do thank you for coming here to research, and for posting your concerns. It seems like you are really trying to educate yourself on dogs in general. I also greatly appreciate that you are looking to adopt.
Can you post a little about yourself so that I can give you access to the forum? Please also check out the training section. Many of the stickys there apply to all dog breeds, not just pit bull type dogs.
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