Dogs can make for fantastic pets whether you live alone, with a family, in an apartment, in a big country house, or otherwise. However, not all dogs are suited to all situations. You might have a few favorite breeds that you’ve been thinking about welcoming into your home, but you should make sure that you’re thinking about the needs of the animal, your living situation, and how much you’re willing and able to commit to making the relationship with your new canine companion work. Here, we’re going to look at a few aspects you should think about.
I got busy baking and even the dogs helped this time. The new Barktivity boxes from Baketivity are great for the whole family, including the fury baby dogs.
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We have 3 dogs, they are all very different on how well they listen to us when it comes to staying near us and not running away. They are all rescued dogs, with no previous training of any type. They didn't even know how to sit or lay down on command. Little by little we have been teaching them a few tricks, however, one of them is an escape artist, and if he sees a door open, he just takes off.
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We love dogs, we love them so much that right now we have 3 rescue dogs and if I could we would have a few more, but our house is not big enough. One of the things you learn after rescuing a dog is that they all have different personalities and require a lot of attention and love.
It's never too early to start thinking about ideas for Halloween costumes with October right around the corner. We love dressing up and as a family we enjoy finding matching costumes for the whole family.