Ok, so my friend and his fiancee, both in their 40's, who live in a small apartment in the city, adopted two Vizsla/German Shepherd mix puppies, one male, one female. And guess what? It's not working out. Either dog is manageable by itself, but the two of them together go nuts whenever they see another dog. The male is aggressive with other dogs and shies away from and/or growls at other humans. The female is not aggressive by herself, but when they are walked together, they are a bad influence on each other. So they have to be walked separately. These dogs need a lot of walking.
They can't have people over because they are afraid the dogs will hurt them.
The fiancee says it was a mistake to get them both, that they should find a good home for one of them.
My friend says it could get better. They are fine at home. In a couple of months, they will put each one in a different doggie day care, so since they behave when they are separated, they will each be fine in their own day care. And these issues will work themselves out.
What do you all think? What would you do in this situation?