I am actually writing this with a bit of a heavy heart or at the very least, mixed emotions.
I'm going to start with the end and circle back to the beginning. Today we adopted a puppy from a house breeder. She is an English Creme Golden Retriever. Her name is Biscuit, she's 12 weeks old and she's adorable.
Why is my heart heavy you might be wondering?
Yes, shocked. Why might you ask?
Well, it's been about 3 years since a stranger has been in the same room with Frisbee without him wearing a muzzle. And even with a muzzle, the only stranger was his previous trainer.
Let me set the scene for you...
Have you ever wondered why your dog sometimes sits on your feet?
There can be several different reasons for this behavior and I bet if you ask 10 people you will probably get 10 different answers.
If you have a dog or have ever had a dog you've probably been faced with having to decide when the right time was or is to put your dog to sleep.
It's the hardest part for sure of having a dog, or any pet for that matter.
Each and every year millions of people are bitten by a dog. In fact, according to one source over 2 million children are bitten annually.
This is a topic I, unfortunately, know all too well.
Adopting an adult dog has many benefits over starting off with a puppy. In this article we are going to talk about some of those benefits that you might enjoy by adopting an adult dog.
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