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How To Adopt A Dog
We all love pets. Having a pet in the house is a desire of every person who loves animals. Among the group of animals, the dog has been known to be man's best friend from time immemorial. When you are planning to adopt a dog, it essential that you consider the following tips on how to adopt a dog. The tips will guide you on what you need to do because you need to put into consideration both the dog's needs and your needs too.
Many say that adopting a dog is like entering into marriage. This is because the dog will be with you from around eight to fourteen years. In other words, the dog's lifetime will be in your hands after the adoption. The decision to bring in a puppy or a dog into the family should be made after a thorough thought about your lifestyle and the changes you will need to make to that lifestyle after the adoption.
Before you adopt a dog, you need to be sure of what you are getting into. Consider the size of your pocket and how busy your schedule is because the new family member will need to be provided with healthy food, medical check-ups and a lot of attention, love and care.
The next tip on how to adopt a dog is to consider all the attributes that you want the pet to have. Some of the attributes to look for in its profile is whether it is docile, scrappy, playful, fiercely loyal and outgoing. Thirdly, consider the dog's gender, age and size. The dog's size is essential because it will determine whether it will be able to fit in your lifestyle. For example, if you live in a small apartment, consider a dog that is small in size.
Gender will affect the attributes that you are looking for; if you want a dog that is not so aggressive then you should adopt a female dog. The age affects the period that you will spend with the dog and the things that you will do in its different stages till it reaches its maturity.
The other very vital guideline on how to adopt a dog is where you are adopting it from. A splendid and marvelous dog could be waiting for you anywhere outside there but look at its surrounding location and the environment it has been brought up in. The environment will contribute to the pet's characteristics. After all the above guidelines, now comes the actual search for your best friend. Using the internet is helpful as it has all the information you need and it is updated every second.
After the search, choose the one that fits your requirements. The next tip on how to adopt a dog is to spay or neuter it to prevent it from leaving your compound when in need of something that you cannot provide. Before you take it home, make sure that you have gotten rid of all the things that could be lethal to the pet. Finally, ensure that you have all what the dog needs to be supplied with in your home and then take your new member of the family to meet the rest.
© Maryann Piccini 2012
By: Maryann Piccini
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