It is not a well-known fact that a dog is man’s best friend. A dog friend gives a feeling of happiness, joy and often also a feeling of safety and comfort. But what if we want to double that happiness? Here is what you need to know
Remember – two dogs mean twice the expenses!
This means that you will now have to buy most pet supplies twice. And we’re not just talking about food or treats, but also cosmetics, tick repellent and vet visits.
The best way to keep track of your purchases is with a list or chart where you write down what you need and how much you spend on it.
Consider how you will be able to walk your dogs. Remember, a puppy will still need to be taught to walk on a lead and an older dog, they may not like the company of another pet.
The most common methods are to walk your pets alone or together if you have someone to accompany you on the walk.
Of course, the length and intensity of the walk must be chosen according to the breed and character of our dogs. Remember that a Sheepdog will need more exercise than a York.
You must remember that the other dog needs a new layette, and this applies to toys as well as the bed.
A puppy will, of course, need a lot more than an older dog, such as hygiene pads or special mats for learning to settle physiological needs.
Again, the best way here is to make a list of the products you need.
A puppy is like a tiny baby, you have to keep an eye on it at all times as you never know what idea the new member of your family will come up with.
Remember to secure your shoes, cables or rubbish bins. Take a walk around the flat and see if there are any small plastic parts or pieces lying around.
Puppies are cute. They give us lots of joy and love, but despite this, they often drive us to the edge of our patience. A mess, scattered toys, bitten shoes or another puddle at the door are all things that can throw us off balance. Remember that a second dog is another member of the family whom you have to teach to live together and give lots of patience and love!