If you have spoiled puppy that acts like he s still a puppy but currently is two years old will adding a new puppy to the family makes mature faster to set an example for the new puppy

No not at all. Maturity comes with age not multiple dogs. Your puppy is acting young because she is a playful youthful dog. Full of fun and energy.

Not quite sure what you mean by immaturity. For instance my 18 month old husky is tons of fun and silly playfulness. She plays with toys, balls, squeaky animals etc.

She doesn’t always behave right and disobeys me sometimes but that is due to being a difficult breed. Siberian Huskies take a tough owner to be the leader sometimes. But back to you. I’d give your puppy a couple more years to worry about how mature he is.

How is the dog acting like a puppy? How is he spoiled? If your current dog has behavioral problems, the most likely scenario if you add another puppy is that you end up with two spoiled, misbehaving dogs. Adding another dog can be helpful in that they will play with each other and not be lonely. I don’t think adding another puppy will affect the maturity level of your current dog.

Dogs are mirrors. If you don’t like what you see, change you and your reflection will change.


In fact, having a poorly-trained dog will only egg the puppy on and the puppy will only make the untrained dog worse.

I never advocate for adding a new dog to the household until you are happy with the current state of training or “maturity” (whatever you mean by that). Adding another variable and making a major change in household dynamics rarely makes things better and often makes them worse in the behavior department.

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