So we are thinking about getting another female Vizsla and Sophie is just over two years old. Sophie is very well trained and we enjoy big off leash walks and lots of time together. She is so sweet, loving, smart, playful and an amazing family member. What is adding a second girl like? Do they seem to get along and love each other or does it create problems? I am just so nervous and unsure as to what to expect and yet I can not imagine life without Sophie - she has been the most amazing addition to our family since we had our two kids who are no longer at home. My husband and I are both mid 50's, retired, very active and spend a lot of time with Sophie - walking, hiking, swimming, and playing. We spend 8 months in Arizona and then 4 months in Maine (we drive and Sophie is great in the truck) where she spends lots of time outside and loves canoeing, sailing, motor boding in addition to all the hiking/walking off leash. We continue to train her and although she is not perfect we do get a lot of comments on how well behaved she is. She is our first dog and I knew nothing about having a dog but now life is so much richer because of Sophie. She absolutely loves to play with other dogs and usually outlasts any of them in play. Her best friend is a Ridgeback who we walk with about four times a week. There has never been another dog in our (her) house though. She was the runt of the litter and had some possessive issues but I can give her anything - food, toy, beef bone and she will let me have it or hold it while she plays/eats it. Our goal is to enrich our life and Sophie's not to diminish it. I just wonder what those of you with two think.... I spend a lot of time reading everyones opinion on matters of the V and respect and use your wisdom. Thanks!