Owning a dog or puppy gives pleasure to millions of people. However, the choice of which breed of dog to purchase deserves more thought than it typically receives. Owning a dog or puppy is a big responsibility. Yet someone who has little time, or is away from home for long periods of time need to really choose the right dog. Often these same people choose a breed that buys is very demanding. This can lead to a poor relationship between them and their dog.
Searching for The Right Breed
There are numerous breeds of dog in the world. Choosing the right choice of which breed to purchase can be extremely daunting. One of the best methods of seeing which breeds of dog are available is to do your research. You can ask the opinions of your family. The next thing is to visit a dog park where you can see the dogs up close and ask questions to the owners.
Find out as much as you can about the breed of dog you are interested in. Can you afford to feed the dog or puppy? Can you provide the right type of housing or living environment? Will you be able to provide the correct level of exercise for the dog and at the right times? Remember a puppy may well grow into a much larger dog. Therefore, you need more food, larger living space, and a great deal more exercise. It is a sad fact but many dogs are abandoned because they have grown too large for their owners to cope with their demands.
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Taking Care of The Dog You Choose
Think about the practical aspects of owning a particular breed of dog. If it is a long haired breed then you’ll need more time to groom its coat. If you buy a female dog then they will come into season twice a year and have to be kept away from male dogs to avoid mating.
Many people start by buying a puppy but there are lots of adult dogs available who are looking for a good home and are often well trained and ready to fit into a loving family or home environment.
Think about the financial aspect of owning a dog or puppy; Can you afford veterinary bills and certificates? Will you need health and insurance cover? Does the dog have specific nutritional requirements or food costs?
Taking the time to think about these important questions *before* buying a dog or puppy will make sure you get the animal that is right for you and more importantly make sure you are right for your dog or puppy!