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Question About an Ex-Breeder Dog Adjusting to Being a Family Pet

by MM
(Texas)


Has anyone gotten an ex breeder female dog that has always been a kennel dog? If so, was she able to adjust to being a family pet and in the house? How did she react to other female spayed dogs?

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Breeder rehomes
by: Anonymous

First, every dog is different. But from my experience with my breeder, the dogs are happy to become household pets and part of a family, they will be happy for the individual attention. Even if the new dog is spayed before you get it, there may be some competition between two females—or they may be fine with each other. That is hard to predict. A trial visit could help there.

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