Features November 2018 Issue

When One Is Not Enough

Trainers Brad and Lisa Waggoner, of Murphy, North Carolina, recently added puppy Cailie to their family. They used care (and crates, baby gates, and puppy pens) to manage Cailie so that she didnít have the opportunity to overwhelm or annoy senior dog Cody. As a result, Cody is accepting more and more contact with her Ė and even initiating interaction!

When One Is Not Enough

Twelve time-tested tips for keeping peace and order in a multi-dog household.

For many of us who love dogs, our canine family members are a lot like potato chips Ė we canít have just one. There are so many dogs out there, each with love to share and insights to offer, each needing love and care, that the idea of restricting ourselves to a single canine companion is simply unthinkable. Our four-legged pals complement each otherís strengths and weaknesses, and fill our hearts and homes with joy and love (and fur).

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