I don’t have a problem with getting a pet (dogs in particular) they are beneficial to their owners since some say that it is therapeutic and that kids learn to be responsible for another living thing. But getting a dog takes a lot of responsibility. You need to make sure that YOU or your kids are ready to take care of them. You need to be responsible enough to feed them, bathe them, groom them and make sure that they have their vitamins and injections.
I learned that puppies go potty every 1-2 hours when they’re small, and 15 minutes after they eat or drink, so you need to either bring them outside your home or train them to potty in the right place. You should also make sure that they don’t disturb the neighbors by barking every now and then.
Here in our new place, the homeowners association released a memo saying that dog owners should NOT let their pets roam around the subdivision and that they should be responsible in cleaning their dog’s poop when they go out for a stroll. I am sad that it is still not being followed. I can still see dog owners who let their dogs poop in vacant areas and leave it there. They don’t pick it up or clean it afterwards. It gets me really annoyed, it looks like they own the whole place and don’t care about other people who live there. If I will be the dog owner, I will buy an indoor pet potty training cage for my dog to save us from going out the house. Or simply pick up my dog’s poop whenever I go outside to stroll.
I like these training cages of:
About the noise, especially when you are living in a townhouse or apartment, I suggest to limit your pets to at least 1-2 dogs, beyond that then you should put them inside your house to minimize the noise or transfer to a bigger and secluded place.
You should love your dogs but it is also right to love your neighbors as well, okay!
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