So, you are probably asking, what are the drawbacks? Puppies and puppies need a great deal of attention, time and training, not to mention food, accessories, pet medications and veterinary treatment. If your loved ones is on a very tight budget, or simply is too busy to give the dog the face-time it requires, a dog might not be the best choice. If you're considering a puppy or puppy dog as your family pet, ensure you are able its' keep, and that you have enough time to invest training, hanging out and playing with your dog.
So you're interested in getting a family pet. Perhaps your kids are hounding you for a furry friend. Or maybe there's an area on the couch that really needs to be filled by way of a cute bundle of fur. There are so many benefits to running a dog or cat - but - with family pet ownership comes a whole lot of responsibility.