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possible yes. A good idea...not so sure. If you are training it yourself and this is your first one then I think working with one would be better. Every headache that you can imagine with one dog multiply times two. All the time that you have to spend training one dog multiply that times two.

I have one dog and she is hard enough to handle. You can always get another one in a couple of years if you still want another. At that point you will have your first one trained or you will know that you aren't cut out for training labs. I'd wait and see how the first one goes.
 
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