I’ve been considering getting one of those for awhile.. how is it?
They are awesome. Then again I love shit like Pina coladas But it’s got pineapple pieces in it and usually I tend to get the banana split ones but one day they didn’t have those but had these and I got them and now it’s what I keep getting
Trying to find some place to watch Catching fire online and I can’t find shit, and all these people are coming out with gifs and everything and just where teh fuck are you people getting the shit for making these things when I can’t even find a place to watch it even in low quality without the site wanting my credit card for a “free” sign up, saying I have to upgrade to watch it though said I could watch it for free, or trying to make me download an “Update” for some video shit or another that just has viruses
I just wanna watch the damn movie without having to wait until I buy the movie (which yes I am going to do when it releases)
that could be worst for them tho in the long run look up littermate syndrome
ive heard of that but i had a brother and a sister and they were both submissive, but not shy in the least. the brother passed away but i still have the girl idk. neither of them acted like that around one another. we got them when they were around 1 or 2 years old
they were both super independent from eachother idk, im assuming it doesn’t happen every time??
Hmm. I’m going to have to ask my mom how the Irish wolfhounds she had did. Far as I know they were both fine and she got them at the same time. She gushed about them a lot more when I was younger and besides the white one always trying to sit in people’s laps (or just sit in chairs way too small for her) and the grey one always stealing the bed, I havn’t heard of anything.
I’m skimming articles though and most the ones talk about how it’s more a problem with dogs that are bred for work and they don’t make good working dogs because they get anxious separated from their sibling, and apparently shouldn’t get dogs the same age in general when they’re puppies, but a lot of them also say it’s possible to raise two dogs from the same litter (or same age), but can be a challenge for owners because you need to train them separately, separate walks, separate sleeping area, separate socializing time, etc "Littermate Syndrome is just a term given to a dog that has bonded with the other DOG rather than the human owner. Its an issue if you are not giving the dogs equall attention in the critical stage of training and rearing of the dogs. If you equally divide your time between the 2 it wont be an issue. For most owners of 2 simularly aged dogs, its impossible to do it seperately. Labs are not really prone to the packing problems, your going to see it more in packing breeds, like herders and nose/sight hounds. Its not an alarmist issue because its becoming more prevelent and the reason is people DO NOT take the time to educate themselves on dog behavior. They think it will be cute to grab 2 puppies and say they can help each other grow and then give them no guidance. Just keep an eye on the 2 and REMEMBER to give each of the puppies equal everything, determine who is more dominant of the 2 and deal with training in that aspect. The dominant one may even help you train the more submissive one faster. I have this issue crop up from time to time with foster dogs, and older litters of puppies that have to be rehabilitated before they go up for adoption. Its not a big problem but one of concern for un-educated dog owners."