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What things would you consider when adopting a dog?


 

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    Sarra Garrett 4 years ago

    All dogs are trainable. It takes time, love and patience. Does it matter who the dog is devoted to? Really? Basically it is the one who feeds it and takes the most time with the dog. If you fall in love with a dog the rest doesn't matter


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    Sarra Garrett 4 years ago

    All dogs are trainable and you can train it to sit, stay and come with love and patience. At any new home a dog will be excited and sniffing around a lot and may potty on the floor to mark it's territory. After a few days it will calm down


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