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Making the decision to bring home a new dog or puppy is a difficult one The individual should do their homework and research breeds Topics such as temperament health problems veterinarian requirements and size and weight should be researched After you have made your decision to bring home a new dog one will need to prepare the living space for the animal and be prepared for the new responsibility Ask yourself the question Is my lifestyle conducive to having a new dog or puppy If the answer is yes you are on the right track to start your research The best thing to do is establish the prerequisites a new dog should meet Is the temperament the most important Are you looking for a mild mannered or hyperactive dog Is the dog good with kids Is the dog a protector or a work dog Do you have the time to train and keep the dog active Cam you afford the vet bills Are you looking for a small or large dog You can find answers to these questions in books on the internet asking breeders or dog rescues Do not rush the process find the dog that fits your lifestyle before making the big decision I just brought my new puppy home now what Be prepared purchase your leash collar dog bowls food treats and toys ahead of time Bring the puppy home on a Friday so that you have the whole weekend go get acquainted with the animal and vice versa Have the house already puppy proofed Anything on the floor is fair game as far as the puppy knows It is best to crate train a puppy this will take time so be patient Use a crate that is comfortable for the puppy Do not give it to much space Section the crate off if you purchase a large crate and remove the sectioning as the puppy grows This crate is
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