So, having come out of the other end of puppyhood for Pretzel with only a mild increase in my blood pressure and hopefully only five years taken off my life expectancy, we decided: Heck, why not go through it all again: frustration puts hairs on your chest!! In truth, Pretzel has grown up and she seems a little less full of beans and perhaps a little bored: certainly more serious. We take her out as before, but life is not as stimulating as when she was a pup: probably as she sees fewer "new things" to gasp at in fascination. Other dogs are the only thing that still grab her attention most regularly. We are also conscious that, despite my uncanny ability to scratch my ear with my foot, mark lamposts or car alloys and my lady's ability to catch frisbees in her mouth, we are not dogs. Meanwhile Pretzel, despite her uncanny ability to order Swedish cookery wares via the internet, is very much a dog... We felt, having learnt many lessons about dog ownership, dogs and ourelves we would consider having another go. Just consider..... So we went to the dog shelter on Sunday to "just have a look at some of the dogs...." Yes, you guessed it, we have just put our selves on the list for re-homing a little tan puppy. She seems laid back, not hyper', and Pretzel was happy enough in her company. She looks as though she may also grow to be relatively small, which is good as they will both need to fit in the Ural sidecar for those camping trips and world travels across Asia and Africa!! And now, at last, my question. It is a vague and very open ended question, so apologies. What advice do you have for introducing a puppy into a home that already has a dog? We want the transition to be the least stress for all involved!!