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Old 01-18-2013, 01:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi. My yorkie just turned 1 today. But me and my girlfriend are thinking about bringing in another puppy home. We were looking at a maltese puppy. My question is that will they be able to share pee pads and other stuff? Do any of you guys have any experience with multiple dogs?
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hi just a question why a Maltese.
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hi just a question why a Maltese.
My main thing was looking for another dog that has hair and not fur so they dont shed as much. Also i knew a person that was selling a maltese so i went for one


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I got my wife a new yorkie female at 4 months old. She already had a male yorkie age 5 years old. They met when the female yorkie was 7 months old. They got along. The bad. The male tried to mount. So we had to disicpline the male. But now he doesnt try it. Shes 10 months old. Another bad. The female yorkie is always picking on him and gets very jealous. Lol. Whenever we pet him the female will go and nibble at his legs or ears and punk him. I find it funny not much of a threat to the male. Also 2 months ago my wife bought me a female pitbull. Now this was the hard part the female pit is now 3 1/2 months old. They get along too i just have to have the playing to a minimum so the pit doesnt hurt the female yorkie. But like i said the female yorkie gets jealous and doesnt like to share her treats or toys she gets very defensive. The pitbull is different surprisingly. She is very friendly and loves to play.


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They're so adorable. I didnt really know i was a dog person until i owned one. The maltese are and the yorkie are getting along well now! The maltese was too playful for the yorkie at first. I was just really worried that they would hurt each other. Glad it worked out


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