Because of their sweet, human-adoring nature, Pit Bull owners often find it hard to stick to just one dog!
However, owning more than one Pit Bull takes work and responsibility. It's twice the food, twice the toys, twice the vet bills. Before acquiring a second dog, it is important to be realistic about your expectations.
Are you prepared to break up a fight, should one occur? If one day, the dogs decide they don't like each other anymore (and yes, it does happen) - then what? Are you prepared to crate-and-rotate both dogs for the rest of their lives?
These questions require serious thought. If your answer is 'no' to either question, we highly recommend you stick with owning one Pit Bull. However, if you think you can responsibly manage a house with more than one Pit Bull - read further for some tips to ensure success.
Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Set your dogs up for success. Be optimistic that the situation will work, but realize that training and socialization can't override this genetic temperament trait, should it emerge.