Thanks so much for your thoughts & feedback. I've kept thinking that he'd probably love to have a buddy. He's such a social & friendly dog that I really think he'd get along just fine. Thanks again & have a great day!View Thread
Thanks so much for your feedback, Dr. Draper. We never consider a new pet lightly and wanted to make sure it was best for everyone, including the four-legged family member. Ha! Have a great day! View Thread
I have a 3 year old morkie (1/2 maltese and 1/2 yorkie), male, Railey. He's the first inside dog we've had and have been blessed beyond measure. Easily potty trained, super smart and loyal like none other. He's certainly "my" dog as far as the others in the household are concerned. He's my bud and I honestly cannot imagine a day without him now.
My son is wanting a puppy of his own and we are considering another morkie or yorkie since we're familiar with their temperment, etc. My concern is that this will be really hard on Railey as I have to give attention to the pup for potty training, etc. My son will take the lead on most of it, but considering he's 12, I know I'll be doing quite a bit of it.
I would never want Railey to feel left out or to be hurt because I was paying attention to the pup. Should we just not consider getting another pup??? Any advice is certainly appreciated!View Thread