According to the American Kennel Club, there are 3 questions you should ask yourself before you make the big decision to welcome a new family member. Unlike brand new pet owners who may not know what it’s like at all to own a dog, second-time pet owners know what it’s like but they might forget how hard the puppy months (or years) were.
When it comes to living with a Poodle, I know firsthand that it can be both amazing and a struggle – all at the same time. But as any pet parent knows, the good outweighs the bad by far. Keep reading for the ins and outs of living with a Poodle.
One of my favorite ways to start the day is getting up and heading straight out the door with my dog, Savannah, for our morning walk around the block. Not only does this get out all the one’s and two’s for the first part of her day, but it also makes me feel good about beginning my day with productivity – especially when Monday rolls around (even on a day that is sharing the total solar eclipse *cue Bonnie Tyler*).
Our next segment (that I will be adding weekly) will include information on all types of breeds. What do they need the most (or the least)? Are they good with children? Maybe you work a lot and your new companion will spend long amounts of time by him/herself? These questions will be answered and more!