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I Need Your Help . . . Multiple Pit Bull Household?

This post comes to us from the Pet Peeves group from member Smacks83.

Ok, so in a few months I'm going to be moving with my boyfriend to our own apartment (right now, we both live at home). I know right off the bat there is this one Pit Bull at a rescue that I am planning to try to adopt (2 or 3-year-old fixed male), and last month I saw another dog in the same rescue that was about 2 or 3 years old, a fixed female I am seriously considering getting as well.

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Here's the situation though, a lot of what I've read online (a good portion pro-Pit Bull websites), say that two pits cannot really live together and, if they do, must be kept separated at all times. I was wondering if anyone out there either has a multi-pit home or a pit plus other dog home. Do you keep them separated all the time? Only when you aren't home? Can this situation possibly work? There is so much anti-pit info out there, I'm just trying to get a real answer that isn't "just don't get a pit" (I've always wanted a pit bull, I love the breed. I have had a rott and a pit/lab/shepherd pound mutt before, if any of that info helps). Thanks!

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