|Barked: Thu Nov 21, '13 8:23am PST |
|I'd also suggest either a doberman or a pit/pit mix from a reputable rescue. Over two years of age. When adopting from a reputable rescue, you have the benefit of knowing the dog's personality from the foster and a lot of the times, if there were any issues, they were already worked on (or at least the initial work was already done) by the foster. As for the age, I'd go with a dog over two years of age because of the predictability of the personality at that point so a perfect match can be made with both the new owner and the other dog already in the house.
As for the "king" of the house, the other dog, that's where adopting from a reputable rescue really has a benefit: you can test out how they get along, have them meet and even have a trial period to see how the dogs work out together.
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