Doggie dogs can make wonderful and loyal companions. They are affectionate without being overbearing, and they can be trained to do almost anything you ask of them. Unfortunately, due to their size and weight, doggie dogs are not always easy to take care of, and sometimes a little TLC is all that it takes. Whether you choose a doggie rescue dog or get a new doggie, keeping these simple guidelines in mind can help make your new best friend the best companion that he can be.
There are many ways to keep your doggie healthy and happy. In the wild doggie dogs were used to hunt prey and bring back food to the family. Today, domestic dogs have developed different needs, which is why modern doggie shelters house purebred big dogs like the British Bull Terrier, German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler, Golden Retriever, and they are popularly known as “daddyz”. A “daddyz” is a great addition to any family, since he will fetch a high price if ever you want to sell your house. (Daddies are also sometimes known as gracie girls – the origin of this term is unclear and may have come from a French term for brave, so keep an eye out for the next Father’s Day!)
Some dog owners who do not have the time to groom doggies might think about adopting a “gracie girl”, but “daddies” are stronger and usually have better training. If you do decide to adopt a gracie girl, ask the breeder to put her in a professional household in order to ensure that she stays healthy. Keeping a female dog locked up in a crate for hours a day is not a good idea – sometimes these female dogs are house broken and will quickly become untrained when they are left alone.
Children are drawn to doggies (they tend to think they are dogs) and they become a sort of celebrity at times. Of course, it would not do you any harm to have a pet, but doggie parties can be quite rowdy and you do not want some of your children getting hurt by these animals. A child can injure a doggie if they step on its back, grab its tail or get too close to it. Although they do not bite children very often, they can still be aggressive to other dogs and children. So it is important to supervise your doggie parties and make sure that there are no children around.
Doggie parties are always fun, but doggie daycare may not be the best idea if you are a busy working parent with young children. Of course if you have a doggie rescue dog you can take your child along with you, but it would still be best if you took your child to daycare. There are many daycare centers that offer doggie daycare programs. These are usually a small size, so do not think that they are going to offer your doggie the same kind of playtime that a large dog would get. Daycare also gives small pets like doggies a chance to socialize with other animals and people.
Before you decide to throw your kid a doggie party, try to find out what the average age for dog parties is. You do not want to have an older dog showing up at the party because it can be difficult for kids to deal with a wild animal. Plus, most doggie parties do not involve drinking, eating, or gambling so your doggie will not be exposed to any harmful substances. All you need to do is get your child ready for the party and then let them go and play with their new friends.