I have two Cane Corso puppies (11 weeks of age). A boy and a girl. They are really great pups. They are almost house broken (an accident here and there but not a "I pee where-ever I want" case).
I have been reading a lot of material on raising two puppies. I had one Corso before, never had a problem, love the breed.
The material, however, is extremely different. I would say 50% say its a terrible idea, but if you choose to, they have to be crated separately, trained separately, fed separately, played with separately, etc etc. Then the other 50% say they never ever had a problem with two puppies (owners and breeders). Now, I wanted to talk to people who had first had experience raising two dogs.
These two Corsos will eventually be guard dogs, so not exactly family pets or indoor animals (they are going to have their own run, warm climate so no bad approaches there).
I train them, they know how to fetch, come, sit down, and so on. I establish their position and mine as an alpha (ie: I can put the food down and unless I let them they do not eat and do not enter the house unless I tell them it's ok) so all in all they are well behaved and I am working out little kinks here and there in training, but as we all know its a process.
SO, my question is, what are you opinions and suggestions when it comes to raising two dogs from the same litter? I am very curious to see what people say.
Thank you for reading.