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Adding A Third Aussie
Hi, I have two Australian Shepherd males ages 2 1/2 and 1 1/2 years old. They are both brothers from the same parents but different litters. This coming spring their parents are going to have one last litter and I'm debating getting them a little sister. I have really liked their temperaments so the idea of getting another dog from the same bloodline is ideal.
Will the dynamic of young males with a female puppy work out? Both of my dogs do great around other dogs and aren't that aggressive. I'm just wondering how much things might change. Going from one to two dogs wasn't that hard and they get along great.
What issues do you think might come up from adding another dog to the mix and one that is the opposite sex from the other two.
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