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So I was breeding Oshawotts. There was a Ditto and a Male Samurott. According to the girl who gives you eggs they didn't get along well. So I decided to keep hatching eggs and on the first hatch I got Female Oshawott. So I took Samurott back and used the Oshawott instead but they still don't get along. Can someone answer me?

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Ah great not again.
Pretty sure You only have to worry if they prefer to play with other Pokémon. It's ok if they don't get along.

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This is likely as your two Pokemon have the same OT (Original Trainer), meaning they were both caught/bred by the same trainer (likely you). They will still breed, but chances are lower.

Having a different OT between the two Pokemon increases the breeding chances. If you trade for a different Ditto or Oshawott/Dewott/Samurott of the opposite gender and pair it with the old Samurott/Oshawott, you will increase your chances. The Daycare NPC should say that the two get along.

Chances are highest when both Pokemon are of the same species and have different OTs, so I would recommend getting another Oshawott or Samurott and pairing it with your old one (remember you need two different genders). The Daycare NPC should say that the two get along very well.

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This is basically last question's situation but worse.
It couldn't be that bad.
This one appears to be most detailed so this is the one.
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If your Pokémon were caught in the same game, then they will not like each other very much. Try finding a Ditto from another region on the GTS. Use this new Ditto to breed with.

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This is basically last question's situation but worse.
And what new Ditto?
The Ditto that is not yours is the new Ditto, the one you will get from the GTS to use in your breeding.
I traded away my Oshawott (Second hatch, male) for another Ditto and then the Nursery girl said "They get along all right"
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If the Day-Care Man says something along the lines of "The two don't really seem to like each other very much.", then it's because your Pokemon are a different species, but have the same OT. This, however, doesn't mean that they won't breed, it just means that there is less of a chance to get an egg than if the Pokemon were two different species and had different OTs.
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This is basically last question's situation but worse.