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Maran Illustrated Dog Training
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Before you bring a dog into your home, there are several questions you should ask yourself to determine if a dog will fit into your life. For example: Can you make the time commitment dog ownership requires?Do you have the financial resources needed to care for a dog? Will your lifestyle accommodate a dog?
Owning a dog is a long-term commitment. It is important to remember that most dogs have a life span of 8 to 15 years. Before getting a dog, make sure you fully understand the time commitment required. When considering the financial commitment, you must take into account the cost of food, grooming and providing medical care for your new dog.
From feeding and exercising to spending quality time with him, your dog will demand regular attention from you. If you have children, a demanding work schedule or like to travel, you must think about whether your lifestyle can accommodate the demands of owning a dog.
Educating yourself about the responsibilities of dog ownership and carefully considering your life can help ensure you and your dog have a long and lasting relationship.