My year is up for the house I currently live in. As I've had quite a few problems when it came to the apartment as well as my current roommate leaving, I decided to find somewhere new. A friend of mine has offered me a spot in the house she lives in, with 2 other people and her little Jack Russel, Nora. Nora and Bogie get along great. They are about the same age and love to chase each other and play. Nora, however, is extremely territorial. Everyonce in a while we both have our dogs with us at work, and if Bogie so much as walks past my friends office with Nora inside, Nora does not like it. Take her 3 feet down the hall, and the two of them are best friends again. In fact, she gets extremely submissive. Bogie isn't territorial. The only time he ever barks if someone tries to come in the apartment is when I am there with him, so it seems like he is protecting me, not his house. It would be a new apartment for Nora as well, so she wont associate that house as her territory right off the bat. We plan on getting the two dogs more used to each other, taking them to each others houses for a few hours and playing outside before we move. I am just guessing that Nora will become the alpha dog of the house, and Bogie the submissive little guy. Bogie has lived with other dogs, so I know he can do it as long as they are willing to play. Nora has never lived with another dog. I was wondering if anyone had any advice before I go ahead and sign a new lease. The two dogs will be together during the day while we come to work most of the time, and I dont think either of us want to come home to an unhappy situation.