Key Points Checklist Before You Buy Your First Dog

Key Points Checklist Before You Buy Your First Dog



Hold on... Are you​ buying Your first Pet Dog?

Do you​ understand the​ responsiblities you​ have assume the​ moment you​ plan to​ buy a​ pup/dog.

A dog can be a​ great addition to​ your family as​ long as​ you​ are all in​ it​ together. a​ dog needs lots of​ attention and training in​ order to​ be a​ joy instead of​ a​ pain. Also think of​ the​ type of​ dog you​ wish to​ get.

It is​ important before making any more progress with your plans to​ be sure that everyone in​ family and even those people who work in​ house really want a​ puppy. in​ order to​ manage a​ puppy successfully,​ it​ must be wanted by all the​ family and they must all feel equal goodwill towards it.

The confident happy dog,​ which feels that the​ world is​ a​ reliable place where human behaviour is​ consisten will bring you​ compliments everywhere.

Here is​ a​ CheckList which you​ should complete before making any plans to​ bring a​ pup home.

Have we sufficient Space for a​ dog indoors and out? Dogs should not be left alone for long periods of​ time during a​ day. Going to​ work should be fine as​ long as​ you​ have a​ crate,​ but remember your dog had physical needs also.

Can we proivde companionship and interest for the​ dogs for the​ greater part of​ the​ day,​ especially when it's young? Like I said,​ Dogs should not be left alone.

Do you​ choose a​ male or​ female dog? if​ you​ find your male dog is​ trying to​ dominate your household and he is​ unneutered,​ take him to​ your veterinarian and have him neutered. This should stop the​ aggressive behavior also.

Is our garden sufficiently well fenced to​ keep a​ dog in?

Where will we take the​ dog for exercise,​ Away from motor traffic and where it​ can be let off the​ lead easily and regularly

Can we afford to​ feed a​ dog properly and pay for regularl vaccinations and boosters to​ protect it​ form disease?

Have we budgeted for veterinary Fees in​ illness and accident or​ for an​ insurance plicy to​ cover those fees and our third party liability if​ our dog should cause an​ injury or​ damage to​ another person's property?

Is our family or​ our environment likely to​ change in​ the​ foreseeable future,​ making the​ conditions for having a​ dog less suitable? Giving a​ pet as​ a​ gift whether it​ is​ a​ new puppy,​ kitten,​ ferret,​ or​ bunny rabbit is​ never a​ good idea.

Can we make plans afor the​ dog when we go on​ holiday,​ Have we budgeted for boarding kennel expenses?

Do all the​ family really want a​ dog and are we willing to​ be responsible owners,​ not allowing our dog to​ be nuisance in​ any way?

Are we happy to​ accpet the​ inconveniences associated with dog ownership? Does everyone in​ your home wish to​ get a​ dog? Who will be souly responsible for this new pet?

Have we the​ time to​ look after a​ dog,​ no and in​ forseeable future?

Additionally you​ should remember,​ if​ you​ live in​ an​ apartment I would not suggest getting something like a​ German shepard or​ a​ Newfoundland,​ both breeds are large and demand more room out of​ your small space.

Before you​ leave,​ I suggest you​ to​ get a​ Free Ebook on​ Train Your Dog with Understanding from http://dog-training.my-infoworld.com/dog-training.pdf . It's a​ Free Book,​ No email to​ give either. Share this book with Everyone you​ know.




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