Lately my friends have just bought a odd and they cannot handle it and the reason for this is because it is the wrong dog for them. Now you have to be sure that you really want a dog and only get one if you can handle a dog. Now make sure that your home is a suitable place for a dog to live also make sure that your family can live with a dog. Also, if you have small children I would recommend that you would not get a big dog although looks can be deceitful also now you have to make sure that you have enough money for a dog and that if it has an injured the cost of vet bills are sometimes very expensive so make sure that you can support you, a family and a dog. A dog sometimes an be alot to handle so it may have to be trained incase it is aggressive to you or other people. And these sessions may cost money although free. Always care about the dog and treat it like family.
Hopes this helps.
Cam, I know you know a lot of stuff, but maybe you can help me with that last sentence. Did you mean a dog or an odd dog... It's a little confusing.
Why don't you make this into a real Hub so others can read and comment on your writing skills?
I meant that if you buy or adopt a dog you need to care and treat it like family.
Although if you do see a homeless dog take it into a local shelter, because it has a right to live.
Hope that answers you question.
Treat it with respect and make sure that there being well fed and being given a good home also if you don't like cats, don't worry just don't get one but if you see a cat that obviously needs help help it and even thigh you don't like them just think taut your doing something good and you will be rewarded
I should really help the cat too though... seems like.
If a cat was drowning, Im pretty sure I would help him, but if he was like, stuck up in a tree... I might not do anything 'cause if he could get up there, it seems like he could get down. They're really good jumpers. I had a dog that used to climb trees. How awesome is that? He was black, but I called him Baloo after Baloo the bear from Jungle Book, who I always loved. If a dog was drowning, I would rescue him AND if he was stuck in a tree, so now I feel a little racist-y towards cats... I don't know how I feel about that.
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