I'm not thinking of getting another puppy right now, or anything, but I would like someday to add to my little family, and I thought perhaps I could get some advice from everyone here. I see all of the pictures with 2, 3, 4 little furbabies, and it makes me think what happy homes you all must have!I am just a bit concerned because Tavish is an only child and while he doesn't mind other dogs, he has no friends he plays with on a regular basis, so I'm not sure how he would do with a full time playmate, at least in the beginning. Also, he is with me all the time... and he can be a tiny bit possessive. He will come over and jump on my legs or my boyfriends legs if he sees us hugging. My boyfriend will say, "Look, Tavish, I've got mama... I've got her!" And Tav will come careening into the room, hopping on his back legs and jump, somewhat ineffectively for all of his trying, on him. Although, I may be reading the situation wrong as well... perhaps he just wants to be in the middle of the pack! Also, and I'm going to sound like the obsessed mother I am here, Tavish is a sensitive boy.I saw him interact with three other maltese puppies my breeder had, who were a few weeks younger than him, and they were jumping on him, pushing him out of the way to get food, etc. They were a bunch of hooligans!Little Tav didn't know how to stand up for himself at all! He is much better now, and actually tried to chase a HUGE dog on the beach the other day (he obviously has no concept of his own size) but Tav is a mama's boy and I wouldn't want to hurt his little feelings by bringing another baby into his home. If anyone has anything they would like to share about adding more babies to their households, I would love to hear from you. In a way I sort of feel like I am betraying Tavish... does that sounds weird?I would probably keep us as a one furbaby family, if I weren't so in love with hairless Chinese Cresteds as well as Maltese. I don't know if all of you are familiar with the breed, but I think they are the most unusual and fascinating looking creatures on earth! I would love someday to own one. I have met many, and have found them to be very sweet tempered. I think Annie Lusion is the coolest Crested I have seen to date: Annie Lusion at Vanitonia I would also like to have at least one more Maltese. Sorry for the long post. Take care, all!