There might be two important things that all dog owners should be aware of if they want to own, or do own a dog.
In this guide, we’ve linked you to two guides outlining those two things.
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Important Things New Dog Owners, & All Dog Owners Should Know About Pet Ownership
These two guide provide good starter information to consider when it comes to dog ownership:
- What are some of the biggest or most common problems a dog owner might face?
- Most important tips for being a responsible dog owner
What we see is that there are considerations, planning, commitment and investment (time and money) that goes into owning a dog across:
- The pre-buying and research stage
- The buying from a breeder stage
- The puppy stage
- The adolescent stage
- The adult stage
- The senior stage
- And, if the pet has to be re-homed for a genuine and unavoidable reason – this stage too
Owning a dog should be a lifelong commitment (for the length of the dog’s life), and should not under any circumstances be an impulse purchase, or a purchase made without serious consideration that it will benefit and be desirable both the owner and the dog.
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