Dog lovers know the benefit of having one around, they are very good listeners who never answer back(except for the occasional bark that is). Kids love them and want to have them and who wouldn’t want to have one of these cute and cuddly balls of fur in their home? Well, those who haven’t had them in the past for sure. Many a horror stories have been written and heard swaying them from having dogs in their home. From rabies to ticks and fleas, not to mention the cost of rearing them(properly!) is like raising a child with may ups and downs.
Raising puppies would be your best chances of having a loyal and well behaved dog by your side. The saying, it’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks is quite true for they tend to carry their past experiences and trauma with them. Though many would swear the error in this adage of these words, won’t argue for what matters is the dog’s welfare as well as your safety. Having a dog guide to follow might be the best way of having a pet you can love and cuddle for all its life. They generally live up to 15 years, all filled with love, laughter and fun that ends in sorrow when they do leave us showing that we did love them even if the realization was a tad bit too late.