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Old 04-04-2011, 06:59 AM
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I was just wondering if you can have two female chihuahuas living in the same home. I've searched all over the internet for an answer and can't find it. Does it make a difference if they're from the same litter?
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Old 04-04-2011, 12:54 PM
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two pups to train at once can be a huge challenge (especially when it comes to house training) but I have 2 females myself - one spayed, one not. We dont have any problems whatsoever, but they arent from the same litter. Be warned though, some breeders wont allow you to buy 2 pups from the same litter at once!
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I have 2 female chis and a male Sheltie no problems at all
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I have 3 female chi's. They get along fine...even play together occasionally....but they do get along better with my male.
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I always try to keep a "balanced" pack, but I know a lot of people that have only males or only females with little trouble. I agree with Natti, though -the prospect of training one pup can be daunting, let alone two.
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I have 4 females chihuahuas with no problems. I adore my girls
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I have one female chi and one female cocker spaniel and they get along great. My poor husband is the only boy in the house. I have noticed however, that the girls sometimes get jealous if my husband is petting one and not the other. They don't seem to care if it's me.
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I have 2 female chi's. Get along fine. I would rather you not get litter mates. They tend to bond to one another, and are harder to train together. Get one, then another one 6-12 months later. My two are 2 years apart. Good luck. Sue Davis and the chi's
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