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Great questions to consider from Cheryl.
Nannyfly, also keep in mind that a second Hav doesn't always work out perfectly. There have been a couple of people on this forum that have adopted a second and then realized the dynamics were less than ideal and had to return the second. If you are considering a puppy, make sure the breeder does temperament testing and can help you assess the situation giving you some tips in selecting a puppy that does well with an adult. In addition, if you can get them together to meet and play together first, that is even better. Most importantly, make sure you work with someone who will be willing to take the dog back if it doesn't work out!