Do dogs prefer to have another dog?
Just like people, dogs are individuals.
However, some dogs prefer the company of human beings instead of other dogs.
And while dogs may be pack animals, new research shows that as dogs became more domesticated, they may have bonded more with humans than with other dogs.
Are dogs happier in pairs?
Many households find that both dogs are happier with a canine companion, but the transition from a single to a multi-dog household takes a little effort.
Should I get a second dog to keep my dog company?
One way to reduce your dog’s separation anxiety is by bringing a second dog into the family. The dogs will keep each other company while you’re away from your home, and give each other the emotional support and attention they need to stay calm, cool, and collected.
Is having 2 dogs a good idea?
Some dogs, like Browning, need the comfort of having at least a small pack. And having two dogs is a great way to break a dog’s separation anxiety. You’ll often see people who find a breed they like and then adopt multiple dogs from that breed, often overlapping so they always have at least one dog.