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Is cabela's dog friendly?
I'm trying to find an "urban" place to buy a dog without getting one from a breeder. I don't want a "lab mix" because I don't want a puppy to become my responsibility. I'm looking for one that's about 3-4 years old with maybe 15-20lbs. I'm also looking for a mixed breed, not pure bred. The one I'm looking at is Cabela's in Lancaster, PA. They don't have puppies for sale (like, ever) but they do have cats and small animals. I found this link http://www.cabeland.com/store/cat%20and%20dog%20products/cat%20and%20dog%20care.aspx.
However, I don't want a cat. But I don't really know what they get. My main concern is being able to walk it when I'm a "sick" person. I'm a teacher, so I would have to drop off and pick up when I was sick, and I would have to walk my dog. I'm not sure if this kind of thing is even possible with a small animal. Are there any places in my area that sell adult dogs that I can walk on a leash and drop off when I'm sick? Thanks!
I'm trying to find an "urban" place to buy a dog without getting one from a breeder. I don't want a "lab mix" because I don't want a puppy to become my responsibility. I'm looking for one that's about 3-4 years old with maybe 15-20lbs. I'm also looking for a mixed breed, not pure bred. The one I'm looking at is Cabela's in Lancaster, PA. They don't have puppies for sale (like, ever) but they do have cats and small animals. I found this link http://www.cabeland.com/store/catalog/products_all.aspx?sku=F20-2156-XO-2 . It says, "Dogs are also available as puppies and kittens." They look like pretty good dogs and I'm really looking at them. It would be best if they weren't expensive, but I'm willing to pay up to $600 if necessary. Are they good dogs? Any other suggestions?
Hi. I have a 2 year old chinchilla who likes to dig, he'll leave a large furrow for months. I'm thinking of trying to get a dog to protect his home and help keep him calm. What kinds of dogs are ok with small animals? I don't want a huge dog who chases my little chinchilla away. I'm looking for something cute and gentle, the only dogs I've really seen with were from pet stores in NYC. Thanks!
HI there! I'm interested in getting a dog, but I'm not sure what kind. My question is about the size of the dog, but if it's ok to get a dog in the US, that's all I really care about. I'm a vegetarian, so my food preferences are important to me. I don't really want a big dog because it seems cruel to keep a dog locked up all day in a tiny house. I want something small, because I am limited on space. Is there anything that you think I should look into? I know how to groom animals, and have experience with animals. The smaller the better. Any help is appreciated!
I'd like to get a small dog. Does that mean a small dog? I'd like to find a family that has more than one dog, but that's not a necessity. I'm looking for a dog with a cute face, something kind of dog-like, that I can keep in a dog house in the backyard. Thanks!
There is a place in the city near where I live that is a Pet Shelter for small dogs, so that is where I would be going to.
Hi! I'm looking for a dog that's similar to one of these two photos. I've attached them. I just want a dog that's cute and similar to one of these. Thanks!
This is a good description. The dog on the left would be perfect for me, but the one on the right has an extra large butt. No one will ask me to get it and I wouldn't want to spend a bunch of money on that. Plus, it's way too cute. I'm all about the cute. What's a good description for this kind of dog?
I'm looking for a medium sized, cute dog. I'd prefer to have a dog from the Northeast, but if it comes from the West or East Coast, that's fine. I like all types of dogs, so don't worry. Thanks!
This is more of a suggestion, and not really a question. I'm thinking of getting a dog for my fiancé. She's kind of in a crunch, financially speaking. I'm just trying to get the idea out there, because a friend of hers is a breeder and does a lot of rescue work. So, I thought I'd see what you think she'd look like. Her name is Sully.
I think he'd be a good match for you! She has all of these qualities that you are looking for.
Good quality dog I would think. She gets along with cats and loves people. Good with kids. She is house trained, walks well on leash. She is also very smart. She was tested for Border Collie with the Border Collie Association of America.
Hello! I'm new here, and I have a question about dogs. We are looking for a dog for our 10 year old daughter and 5 year old son. My daughter is allergic to cats, and my son has eczema. I don't really like the look of the pit bull breed, but do like some of the other breeds. I was wondering, what breeds are best for kids? I love big, lovable, energetic dogs and small dogs, but what are some of the other breeds that I could get into my backyard? Thanks!
There's a lot to love about dogs. When it comes to kids, any of the dogs will do! (as long as they're well-trained and housebroken and don't bark too loud.) I prefer poodles, labs, and schnauzers, but I love mutts and terriers and just about every kind of dog. If you've got kids, you might be able to find a dog that will get along with them and be a real help. You might also look at dogs from shelters.
We get our dogs from an animal shelter. The shelter doesn't keep all the puppies in the shelter when we pick them up. They allow us to pick up a certain number of the puppies to keep for ourselves. All of our dogs have been tested for heartworm and their papers are on file at our vet office. Some of our dogs are rescue dogs and some of them are not but we keep all of them. Some rescue dogs are just a little older than puppies but are still a puppy to us. Any of the dogs are still happy and well adjusted. They are loved and are not abused in any way.
Thanks for the great post about dogs! I have a few questions about training. I train my own dogs, but I've always worked with one. Would a more professional trainer be more important? What sort of advice would you offer?
I trained my dogs at a very young age, and I do still train them myself. Having a professional trainer would help. I would suggest some basic obedience classes, and having someone trained