Bringing a new dog thru adoption or fostering is a wonderful idea, but you need to make sure that the new dog is compatible with you, pet parent, and your current dog.
When we were planning to get Charlie, from the SPCA in Annapolis, we got Abby to meet him before making any decision to make sure that they were a good fit. How did it go? Great. They played until their tongues were hanging out.
From experience I can tell you that having 2 or more dogs is a lot of work, but for those of you that are willing to adopt/foster your second or third dog, I commend you for doing so. And with that being said, let me ask you something. Would you adopt a second dog? Do you prefer having just one dog? Just curious. Stay safe.
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After so many years being a multi-dog house, it would seem weird just having one. I’ve even been considering getting a third lately but we’ll just have to wait and see. 😇
We usually just have one dog, but we decided to get Charlie and he is a great dog, but I know that having multiple dogs is more work, and more fun!