Showing posts from June, 2019

"Dangerous" Dogs

Sure, some dogs can land you in the hospital, but you shouldn't judge them. For example, my friends have and had pit bulls and the only memories they have of them are good (except when they go to the bathroom in the house) and they're one of the most dangerous breeds of dog.  I think all dogs deserve a second chance, I'm saying this from experience, the first time I got bit by a dog it was also a dangerous dog and it bled, but now that breed is one of my favorites.  It's kind of like if a dog had social problems or is unhealthy, it all depends on their past, it all depends if they are trained to attack humans or if they experienced trauma when they were a puppy, so please, don't be too quick to judge a pit bull or any other breed of dog based on what someone told you or your past experience with them. For instance,  A Dog's Way Home is based on a law that Denver, Colorado passed that said pit bulls are not allowed because of an attack that happened on a child, b

Preparing for a puppy

The first thing you need to do to before your family gets a dog is well deciding what you want, a purebred or a mutt, hypoallergenic, breeder or shelter. To help you decide what breed you want, I will create a list: small apartment= small dog that doesn't need that much exercise, Big yard=big dog that likes to play. TIP: don't get a dog if your family travels a lot and no one can take care of the dog. The next step is to figure out where the dog will be sleeping and buying all the toys and treats. After you figure that out you can move on to the schedule, who will walk the dog how many times a week does he need to be walked, when will you take him to potty, and how many times a day will you feed him and what will you feed him. Finally, you'll be able to decide how you want to train the dog and what do you want the dog to do. But the most important thing is to spend time with your dog and make sure (s)he knows you love him\her and build a good relationship with them. Here&#