Our expert says:
Two females of the same age may be a problem, but this depends a lot on how you deal with things. There is never any guarantee with any dog. As a rule of thumb I would never recommend getting two pups at the same time as the become very close to each other and don't bond with the owner. You need to take them for socialising and training and walk them separately, so they can each get to know and respect you. I suggest you spay them both as soon as possible (about 6 months, before they come into season) as they may start fighting when one comes on heat. Look up all these breeds in a breed book or on the net and learn as much as you can about their origins and temperaments.
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