I think males and females get along better, that has been my experience. @Manydogs
Thank you @2BullyMama But now you have 2 boys.....
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Also I forgot to mention it's different in a pack too.
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Most of the time a male and female will get along better. Having two or more intact males is usually trouble especially if you have females in the house too. Two neutered males will get along better.
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Yeah I have two females now, one is a chihuahua and then obviously Jovi. Bella didn't like her at first but now they get along like sisters. When getting a new puppy I really wanted a new female... the whole lifting legs and peeing thing I don't like since all of my furniture is really expensive. Will it be an issue with another female?? Now I am worried! haha. Jovi loves everyone and any dog. We have female dogs come over all the time and Jovi can't get enough of them... It's Bella who would have to get used to the dog to be comfortable. And note taken, I will surely pick one out after they are 3 weeks or more. I agree on the whole wait till they fill out - which is also why Chris has not priced them yet. I know there is only 2 males in the litter!
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Oh and also both of my dogs are fixed, and the new puppy will get fixed at 6 months. I like to stay on top of things!