One or Two?
Many owners of small companion dogs prefer to have more than one. Two (or more) dogs keep each other company, play with each other and generally reduce negative behaviors such as chewing and anxiety barking. Dogs are pack animals and often live happier lives when they have another animal companion.
We have sold many dogs to families who already have a cherished pet and are looking to find him/her a buddy.
Despite these advantages, adding a dog to your family is a big decision. Depending on your living arrangements, budget and lifestyle, you may find that owning one dog is enough, or that two (or more) are ideal for you. Some families buy two puppies at once and raise them together. Others buy one, train him/her, then look for another. Each method has advantages and disadvantages. We would be happy to discuss them with you – just contact us.
You may also want to learn more about our puppy care or adopting a puppy.