Puppy x's 2

12/3/15 @ 6:46 AM
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Huck 34
Huck 34
USER since 12/26/02
Question....my family and I picked up a new chocolate lab puppy a month ago. She is currently 14 weeks old and a handful!Smile we went to put a deposit down on a fox red and my wife couldn't leave without her! The problem is that we are still getting the fox red! Double trouble! For those of you that have had two pups that close in age what did you do as far as crating? Did you get each their own kennel or did they share as young pups? I appreciate any advice! Thanks Huck
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12/3/15 @ 9:25 AM
migr8r
migr8r
USER since 2/8/11
Absolutely have two seperate kennels for their own safety.

If you're just looking for an average pet lab, two puppies will be fine. If you want something more than average, I'd highly recommend letting the one you currently have mature at least 18mos before getting a second one. Two young puppies will bond to each other like litter mates and not bond as strongly with you.

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