Adopting an elderly dog is a great thing to do. You will be giving the dog a comfortable and safe home to live out their remaining years, as opposed to letting them die alone and scared in a kennel. However, it's important to understand that there are some special things you need to have on hand at your house when you bring your new friend home. These items are important for old dogs who often have health and comfort needs that younger dog's don't have.
17 March 2016
Whether you're getting your dog from a classified that reads "puppies for sale," a licensed breeder, or an adoption agency, it pays to be well informed about the breed you're bringing home. There are some dog breeds that simply do not do well in the city. As a city dweller, inform yourself of these breeds that are perfect for tight, urban environments. Boston Terriers These sturdy, two-toned terriers do well in virtually any environment and tend to be quite independent, which means that they tend to make their own fun, given the right settings, and do not need an abundance of exercise.
8 March 2016
Adding a dog to the family can be a fun and exciting event-- when you have a dog you can count on a loyal companion who will love you unconditionally. But if you have never owned a dog before, there are several things you should prepare for before bringing your pup home. Use the following tips to ensure that you are completely ready for dog ownership: Have a Vet Lined Up
7 March 2016