Should I get a Puppy?

If you’ve been thinking about getting a puppy, there are some things you need to know. Any time you bring a new pet into your household there will be an adjustment period, but with these simple tips hopefully the transition will be smooth. You will need to find the right dog for your household. There are many things to consider when picking a puppy.

What size dog do you want, or rather, what size dog is feasible for your living situation? If you’ve always dreamt of having a German Sheppard but live in a tiny apartment, it might not be the best fit. It’s always important to place the dogs needs ahead of our wants. Make sure to do lots of research about the different breeds of dogs, it takes a simple internet search to find expected weights for any pet.

Do you want a high energy or low energy dog? You have to be honest with yourself, what kind of lifestyle to you lead? If you prefer a sedentary lifestyle, make sure you get a dog that doesn’t require hours of exercise a day. If you love hiking, find a dog breed that can keep up with you.

Will he be around children or other pets? Does anyone in the household have allergies? You’ll want to observe your My Pet Pail - Puppyfuture puppy and see how he interacts with dogs around him. If the puppy seems aggressive or overly timid, they may not be the best fit in homes with other pets. If you have children you want to choose a bread that will be tolerant, kind, and loving. If anyone in your home suffers from allergies you need to decide if bringing a pet into the home will be okay. There are breeds that are considered hypoallergenic but you may want to consult with a physician if it’s the right choice.

What’s your budget? Dogs can get expensive and the bigger they are, the more food they’ll eat. Food can cost anywhere from $18 to $65 a month, even more if your dog has special dietary needs. Another consideration is veterinary costs for spay/neuter, vaccinations, routine exams, and every doggie illnesses or sicknesses. All this can add up so it’s vital to consider every expense when budgeting for your new puppy.

Having a puppy can be a big responsibility and new puppy parents can find themselves constantly scrambling to keep all their pups supplies together. My Pet Pail can help keep you organized. The pet pail contains ten pet care products in one, and is perfect whether you travel or stay home. This innovative product was made by pet lovers, for pet lovers, and it truly shows.

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