I know how much work my one wolfpuppy was: training, walking, bathing, cleaning his poop area of the garden every day, feeding. Forget it, more than two or three and there's something missing from that healthy routine. Either the ears won't be clean or they'll have ticks between their paw pads or they will smell or there will be flees or the yard will be a minefield, never mind the barking, controlling them around guests, the attention required, ugh! Wouldn't even consider it.
A guy a few months back was interested in me. Fairly nice guy, smart, good looking, but I didn't care for how I heard him talking about others when they weren't around so I declined. Later I found out what would have ended the deal even if I had thought there might be something more intimate than an acquaintance: innumerable cats, I think like a dozen of them. Ick!
The only way you do that many animals is if you have a ranch, some acreage, properly kept stalls, maintained corrals and a ranch hand.