Dogs are nice to have, but before you get a dog, think. Do you have enough room? If you have other pets or children how will they feel to a dog? Will you have enough time to care for you dog? What about vet bills? You have to take dogs on a walk at least twice a day, so does that fit into your schedule?
Also consider if anyone is allergic to the dog. If so, then maybe you should get a hypo-allergenic dog like a multi- poo or a poodle. Terriers are also breeds that are usually hypo-allergenic. People who have dogs are typically healthier than people who don’t, and even tend to have less allergies.
If you meet a dog ask the owner about it. If it’s a stray, talk to your parents about it. Also, always ask your parents before bringing in a stray.
Chocolate, grapes, and raisins can be bad for dogs, so don’t feed them to your dog. A sudden change in diet can negatively affect your puppy’s digestion. You need two dishes; one for your dog’s food and one for your dog’s water.
When you get a puppydog you might want to think about dog training if your puppydog isn’t trained yet.
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