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Buying another lhasa

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Barked: Sun Jul 8, '12 2:35pm PST 
We already have a lhasa, milo, who's 1. We want another but want to know if anyone has got any advice on how milo might react to a new friend? Milo is great, with our kids who are 3 and 10. He's very territorial around the house but good with other dogs when outside. Just wonder how he'll be with another dog in the house though. Anyone help? kissing

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Barked: Wed Jul 3, '13 11:18am PST 
hi- lashas are very pretty dogs to resists-they costs a lot to groom. u must of got milo as a pup. but they have biting problems big time. I never gave up on mine and he didn't think 2x about biting me hard,now he is older and dieing any day now I still love him, u see im a gemeni and we are very loyal and faithful fools. even when we know its an impossible situation we do not abandoned no one-human or dog. his name is coco and now when I can finally hold him in my arms and kiss him on his face I know he is calm and at peace, he has never kissed me once in 11 yrs. his birthday was yesterday 15/16 or 16/17. I found him in a dirty lot with all the garbage. im 66 yrs old, was an animal rescuer for 5 yrs in nyc and he was my last rescue. my 1176977-peaches. good luck I would choose another breed.