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What To Do With Two Puppies
Well I didn't do the research beforehand but my two sons (7 years old) have asked for puppies for Christmas so I got them.
One is 9 weeks and one is 12 weeks. I have a friend keeping them. They are Mini Aussie's. My question is so they don't bond with each other, what do I do with them when I have to leave the house for an entire day?
I have a horse barn with two stalls available to make into kennels
or do I put them in one kennel together? From what I have read this would be a no no because they might bond to each other.
I live on 18 acres of land. I have 1 horse and a few cats. I have a garage with a dog door that I have had for years when I had Rough Collies, which I had two of but I didn't get them at the same time.
when I had my Collies I had an invisible fence for them. If I put them in a kennel in the back yard should I put them together or separate them and should they be able to see each other?