English Dogge Yard
Thats a dangerous assessment given DA can show at any age, typically if by after maturity there are no issues you have a "lesser" chance of dealing with crate/rotate or other separation methods to ensure safety, however any Bulldog can show at any age.. Seen hot 4 month pups and seen hounds turn in fire into their senior years. The Bulldog, unless instilled with pack mentality through selective breeding, shouldn't be trusted to bond or not to fight.. Opposite sex or same sex, shouldn't be left unattended.. Even with that pack mentality created its not something i'd recommend.Get one...wait at least 6 months, maybe a year...and then consider a second.
I have found 2 dogs is often less work if you have a tight bonding breed, as they will focus on one another instead of barking when your gone and less likely to tear up stuff due to separation issues...but having 3 dogs is almost always more trouble.
Personally, contrary to the above, I think the more one adds after two, the harder it gets to manage.
Of course this REALLY is influenced by breed type. APBT of the same sex should never be left together unattended in MY opinion. Opposite sex dogs may or may not be able to live together. It depends upon the dogs.
I'd have a dead hound in no time..