Hi all, it's great to discover this forum as a new dog owner and know that help is out there! We might have made a big mistake and need to ask for wisdom from those of you who know what's best. We recently bought two beautiful border collie pups. Toby is 4 months old and the George is 9 weeks. Toby is already house trained and is a very good boy - learning manners fast. George is a very cute but pretty naughty pup, slowly picking up the house training, but he always, always playfighting with Toby. He will not leave him alone. Apart from the odd very sweet moment when they fall asleep together, it is war. Having two of them together makes it hard to train Toby to come back or to walk to heel because George is literally hanging off his tail the whole time! We've heard from people we've talked to and google searches that training two puppies at once is impossible and have quickly come to think we made a big mistake and should only have got the one. We were motivated to get two by the thought that they would be friends growing up and wouldn't get lonely. But the big question we are facing is, should we give one of our boys back? I must admit that the noise of 2 puppies constantly playfighting is quite stressful. They also wind each other up and so there is a fair amount of barking and whining. Our main worry is that we wont be able to train them together. We live in the countryside and 2 out of control border collies is not a pleasant thought! On the other hand we do love them both very much already... What should we do?!?