Before You Adopt a Fur Child, It’s Important That You’re Able to Say Yes to These 4 Things

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Wanting a dog is not the same as being prepared to adopt and own a dog. Think about all those kids who want a puppy, and their parents make them prove themselves responsible enough to take care of one!

And YES, being an adult means not having a third party to test our commitment before we make a major decision.

Just like with any life change, this decision requires careful consideration. Your decision affects your future pet as well, so if you are not prepared for the realities of owning a doggy – you can cause some serious emotional turmoil for your animal!

So before you are swept away by the adorable puppies and kitties when you visit your local shelter, there are some important questions to ask yourself.

Take a look on the next page to determine if you’re ready for a pooch!

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