“Are you looking for a hiking companion? A dog who can travel with you? Or do you prefer a mellow pup who sleeps all day to keep you company?”
Being a new parent to a rescue dog comes with the important duty of socializing and training your pup.
Dogs—big and small—can thrive in small apartments or large homes with the right exercise routine. Unfortunately, your landlord may not be so accommodating.
Providing a shelter dog with a loving home may feel priceless, but the real cost of raising a dog ranges anywhere from $1,500 to $9,900 per year.
Whether your existing family is made up of other people, cats, or hamsters doesn't really matter.
Being a pet parent is hard. Especially if you're considering a puppy (hello nocturnal bathroom breaks!) ,
It’s worth thinking about your five- to ten-year plan because dogs can happily live alongside their human companions for many years.
You grew up with a German shepherd and rightfully love the breed. But are you really equipped to give them the care they need?
You've answered "not right now" to at least some of these questions. What now?"Everywhere you look, shelters are always looking for people to take in dogs.