In the wild, puppies will usually live and die in their family dog pack. We humans love dogs because they operate their family dog pack much like we do our human families. If you are planning to introduce a puppy to your family, please think about these serious concerns:
- Will you be able to keep this puppy for the whole duration of its life, which is between 7-15 year’s?
- Will you or your other family members work together to care for this puppy…after all for the next 6-8 months it will still be a baby and will need someone there around the clock.
- Have you considered the total expenses of owning a pet, food, veterinary bills that this puppy will incur when you first bring him home and all the vet. bills there after for basic up-keep and in case of an emergency?
- Do you have the training and the knowledge to properly own and care for your puppy at any age in its life?
Dogs are vastly different from cats. What you can do with cats you could never expect to do with a dog. Cats can be left home alone for days and still be fine. Dogs are another story all together…dogs are high maintenance, they want to be with you 24/7. All dog owners need to take this into careful consideration before bringing a puppy or full grown dog home.
Rebecca Ann Normandin, Author: Breaking the Chain’s of Spiritual Bondage Between Man and God’s Creatures
About the Author: At the age of five the Holy Spirit started talking to me about this messege about the care of the animal’s of this earth by man seen through Jehovah God’s eye’s.