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Dogs Stuff – Tips For Finding A Great Pup And Keeping Him Happy

You may want to find out more about dogs stuff. We all love to ask for advice. Sometimes we ask about our children, or a house repair, or even financial situations. Asking for advice about dogs is also great, and this article is a perfect place to start. You’ll find a ton of tips which really change how you view your dog.

Look into subsidized health care for your dog if money is tight. Many local communities, in cooperation with groups like the SPCA offer discounted services that have proven invaluable to dog owners. Look into getting your dog spayed or neutered and vaccinated for a fraction of veterinary costs at a sponsored event probably close-by to you. Just contact the SPCA or an animal shelter in your town.

While you can hug your dog, you should avoid kissing your dog. Dog kisses may be seen as cute, but their mouths aren’t all that clean. After all, dogs eat out of the garbage, drink from toilet bowls, and lick all over their body. Your dog’s mouth is not really any cleaner than a human’s mouth. Definitely do not believe that!

Your dog speaks to you, but it is through non-verbal cues. Your job is to learn to listen carefully so you understand the message. If when meeting a new dog or person you find your dog is filled with dread, remove him from the situation. This may lead to someone getting bitten. Watch your dog and be aware of his actions.

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Don’t feed your dog the cheap stuff. Overall, your dog will benefit form a lifetime of quality food. It costs more, but you’ll save money on vet bills for health issues down the road.

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When choosing a dog for your home, don’t forget to estimate the size it will be as a full grown adult. This is especially true if you have small children at home. Although a small puppy will be cute, it may grow into a large, one hundred pound dog. Do some research on the average adult size of the breeds you are considering.

Determine your dog’s specific exercise regimen. Dogs have different fitness needs based their sex, overall health, age, breed mix, or breed. Every dog should have a couple 10-minute walks a day around the block. Dogs between 6 and 18 months, active breed or mixed breeds, terriers, hounds, and herding dogs will most likely require more fitness than others types of dogs.

Even if you seek a pure bred animal, you should not overlook the pound. Unfortunately there are many people out there who simply cannot care for their dogs anymore and they end up at the local pound. Visit your local animal shelter to see the dogs they have on offer and ask about breed-specific rescues. This might save your dog’s life.

Since you asked for advice, and now have received it, the next step is to put it to use. That means truly implementing what you have learned and then enjoying the rewards it brings. When you see your dog sleeping peacefully, bliss on his face, you’ll appreciate putting in the effort.

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