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Discussion in 'Dogs - Pit bull breeds specific' started by AC from TO, Apr 24, 2004.

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do I go for it????

  1. No way, you're nuts!!

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  2. You've thought it out...you can handle it...besides, it's your dream dog!!

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  1. AC from TO

    AC from TO New Member

  2. Angie

    Angie New Member

    Is it a male or female? Sorry if I missed it.
    I guess it depends on how much work you are up to.
    And it IS your dream pup!
    My brother has 4 females that stay inside together and they are fine. Although he does put the in each a seperate kennel when he is not home or asleep.
    And i hope your male or your female will be fixed bc i dont think you will want to end up with an entire litter of pups!
    Whatever you decide... goodluck!
    :D
     
  3. AC from TO

    AC from TO New Member

    The pupp is a male, my pupp is a neutered male, and Stella is female and not fixed yet...I've heard mixed feelings on fixing a giant breed dog early and she's full grown now so I plan to have her done in a month or so... the only problem I might have is if both boys are about the same level of dominance....but like I said...my boy is pushy, but always backs down from a challange...
     
  4. spencerpits

    spencerpits New Member

    What kind of dog is the pup you currently have? I don't think you'll have too much of a problem, but if the two boys do not get along, you'll have to give them seperate play time outside of their crate. I have two adult female APBTs. One of them is somewhat dominant, but the other girl is extremely dominant. Due to her dominance, and the fact that my other female won't put up with it, I have to keep them seperated at all times. It sucks, because it cuts both of their out of crate time in half, but it is something we deal with. Let us know what you decide.
     
  5. Angie

    Angie New Member

    I think if you are willing to give each of them seperate time out of the kennel then it would be ok.. because thats probably what you are going to have to do.
    But this is just my opinion, I think it would be hard to have two males together.
     
  6. Sara

    Sara New Member

    I'm assuming you know all abou the DDB and that jazz... I would tell you no if you haven't already done your research on the breed and weren't in contact with a breeder... Is this a good/reputable breeder who has already done their part to educate you on the breed?

    They look like BM's but they certainly don't have that temperment...make sure you talk closely with the breeder... They'll really be the best bet in making sure you have a dog you can handle...

    If you KNOW beyond doubt what you are getting with a DDB...then by all means...go for it!

    I have two Boerboels and two APBT's and I'd NEVER think of adding a DDB to the mix....JMO...they're too much dog for me.
     

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