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Potty Training An Adopted Dog
Adopting a new puppy is one of the things that bring delight and squeals from children. It is a happy occasion for both you and the family. However, a puppy, cute and squiggly as they are will, as all dogs do, mess the house. The new member of the household has to be potty trained as soon as the first day.
Adopting A Dog – Spotting Dog Personalities
No two dogs have the same temperament even with dogs of the same breed. Typically though, dogs of the same breed share more of the same characteristics. When decided in adopting a dog, choose dog characteristics and traits that you want. If you lead an active lifestyle for example, do not adopt a dog with a phlegmatic character that will be content to hang around the house much of the time, eating, and sleeping. To select the right dog, select those that closely resemble your lifestyle. Listed are characteristics and traits of dogs that you may want to consider.
Adopting A Dog – Leash Training
Dogs hate the leash. If they can have their way, they would rather not be restrained. This is especially more so if the dog is one from among the active type of breed. This is why a dog has to be trained to get used to the leash as early as possible. The following are tips to ease the dog in getting used to the leash.