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 Getting 2 Siberian’s In June

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PostSubject: Getting 2 Siberian’s In June   Getting 2 Siberian’s In June EmptyWed May 08, 2019 2:58 am

I’ve joined the forums to ask questions and to learn more about the 2 puppies im getting in June. Hello to everybody!!
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PostSubject: Re: Getting 2 Siberian’s In June   Getting 2 Siberian’s In June EmptyWed May 08, 2019 10:44 am

Welcome. We also have two (siblings), a boy and a girl. Look up littermate syndrome so you are aware of possible issues. We didn't take too many precautions regarding that. Things seem ok so far. They are not quite 1.5 years old yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Getting 2 Siberian’s In June   Getting 2 Siberian’s In June EmptyWed May 08, 2019 2:23 pm

Welcome to the forum! I have a boy and a girl now, not siblings but I had two siblings in the past (Husky brother and sister) and I didn’t have any of the litter ate syndrome issues. I don’t doubt litternate syndrome exists, I’m just not sure what circumstances are in play to get it to surface. I’m thinking a lot would have to do with how much time they are alone, and how much interaction they have with their humans. If they are alone a lot and have to depend on each other for keeping themselves occupied, then I can see littetnate syndrome being an issue. Just my opinion though! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Getting 2 Siberian’s In June   Getting 2 Siberian’s In June EmptyThu May 09, 2019 9:43 am

Littermate Syndrome and separation anxiety are not so different. You need to insure that they are capable of being apart and function independently. If you need to take one to the vet and leave the other at home you should be able to do so without the other freaking out. That is the easiest way I can explain on how to spot if you have a problem. It doesn't always happen in siblings either. Bonding of any kind to an excessive nature is not healthy for dogs. Adult dogs with insecurities can become so bonded to another dog in the household that they become a crutch. My GSD mix has this problem, though mostly medically caused as he is losing his eyesight. But if he had no medical reason to panic so hard when the other dogs leave him behind I would view it as an issue and work much harder to break it. You need to create two independent dogs that are capable of exploring and making decisions without the other.

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