Can Two Female Dogs Live Together?

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Two female dogs can live together. If a second female dog is added after one female is established, the two dogs will need to be watched. The older canine will want to be the dominant female, and there may be fighting until they work out their differences.
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1 Additional Answer
Two female dogs can live together but there is a possibility that they might constantly fight or attack each other. Living together might impair a dog's working ability due to these conflicts. This is the reason why most dog professionals don't keep dogs of the same sex together except perhaps for short duration.
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