Does anyone here have any experience with two intact males in the same home living together? We are looking to bring in another male bully puppy later this year but we're not sure how Bogey (who is also intact) will respond. When the time comes Bogey will almost be 2 years old. Bogey is pretty non confrontational and not at all aggressive. Should we take the plunge and go for it?
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I don't have any experience with two males. I have a male and a female, they are siblings and litter mates, so have been together since birth. This is my first time owning two dogs at the same time, but I have heard that sometimes two males can show aggression towards each other, and two females can show jealousy towards each other. I've heard that a male and a female tend to get along better than two same sex dogs. I don't know if that is true or not, but I also know that each dog and each situation is different. It depends on the personality of the dog. I know there are many members who have two dogs of the same sex, either male or female, and they are fine together. When the time comes, it is best to introduce the two dogs to each other in a neutral place to let them get to know each other and to,see how they react to each other.
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I had two intact males and there were fights at one point. The older one was about two years old when we got the male pup. All was well until the pup reached 2 years of age. The shared the same toys and bones. My older male Usko, was never aggressive before, but he became very jealouse of us, toys and bones. The younger one was supmissive, but still Usko would attack him. Not viciously, but still it could of escalated in to full fight without our interferance, since Voitto was not going to give up at that point eather. We did a lot of work to correct it and the situation did get better. The older dog has now passed away, but we're bringing home another male and a bitch pup too. Also planning on keeping them intact. Neutering and spaying is not a norm in Finland, without medical reasons.
breeding purposes but I'm a little concerned about what may happen if/when I bring in a female and she comes in heat. I do realize it will be difficult if not impossible for them to naturally mate but do I need to keep them separated? Thanks for your time bulldog nation!
How is Bogey around other dogs?
Not me, everyone is neutered here
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