We adopted two Siberian Husky puppies a couple of weeks ago...females from the same litter. They are now 10 weeks old and they started their puppy training classes at Petsmart this morning.
The trainer went on and on about how it's not a good idea to have litter mates...especially if they are females. She said she has worked with rescue facilities who refuse to let anyone adopt more than one from the same litter. We've heard people say having two females may be difficult(which after owning two previous sets of females, we never had a problem, so not sure how much I believe that), but never about litter mates.
Anyone have any experience with this or knowledgeable information they can share?
EDIT: I should specify...I'm speaking of things like AGGRESSION and such, not how they feel if the other dies. Thank you though...
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