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John hiatt my dog and me


John hiatt my dog and me

I am trying to figure out what kind of dog I will get for my 7 year old son. The first thing I am going to do is go to the shelter and see if he can get a puppy from there, I have been thinking about getting a male, but I have read that I should really get a female. So I was wondering if anyone could tell me what the different differences are between male and female dogs. Any info would be helpful

I am trying to figure out what kind of dog I will get for my 7 year old son. The first thing I am going to do is go to the shelter and see if he can get a puppy from there, I have been thinking about getting a male, but I have read that I should really get a female. So I was wondering if anyone could tell me what the different differences are between male and female dogs. Any info would be helpful

I would take a look at this article first....

The first thing I think to do would be to get him a female. There's alot more to consider when getting a puppy from the shelter vs. getting it from a pet store (and paying for the health and socialization) than just sex. The health of the puppies is really important. You have to consider things like temperament, health, and the overall health and temperament of both parents. I would suggest that you look for a very large breed dog that is good with kids and small dogs, like a Great Dane. You have to consider how much time you are willing to invest in the dog, and also consider what type of life you want the dog to have. Is the dog a house dog or do you plan to go to a show ring? You may want to consider a large dog (say, 100+ pounds) because you may be moving and your dog may get too heavy to move around. You may also want to get a pup instead of a full grown dog to cut down on the time you will be having to spend with the dog. Also, you'll want to make sure that the breeder has done a lot of socializing/handling/trning with the dog and has a good relationship with him/her. That being sd, I think that a female is the way to go.

You do not mention what breed you are looking for, but the following will probably help:

A lot of times people want to get a dog for their kid, but they don't have any idea what to look for in a dog. There are some breeds that would be great to get a boy, like a Great Dane, Bulldog, Mastiff, or a Shep... etc. etc. I personally would never buy a Bulldog or a Shep for a kid though. They are the "big boys" so he would probably get bored with them and want something smaller and lighter to pull and play with. I think I would look at smaller breeds, maybe even a Maltese, Cocker Spaniel, or a Poodle. Those are the dogs that I have had as pets and they are the smallest dog that I know of. Of course, this is just an opinion, and you are the one who has to make the decision of what kind of dog is best for him. A puppy might be better for you because he is still so young and he doesn't know how to be a dog. The older the dog, the easier he/she will become. But, if you are getting the dog for a child, I think the sooner you start socializing it, the better.

I hope you find a great dog and I wish you luck on your search.

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I am trying to figure out what kind of dog I will get for my 7 year old son. The first thing I am going to do is go to the shelter and see if he can get a puppy from there, I have been thinking about getting a male, but I have read that I should really get a female. So I was wondering if anyone could tell me what the different differences are between male and female dogs. Any info would be helpful

The first thing I think to do would be to get him a female. There's alot more to consider when getting a puppy from the shelter vs. getting it from a pet store (and paying for the health and socialization) than just sex. The health of the puppies is really important. You have to consider things like temperament, health, and the overall health and temperament of both parents. I would suggest that you look for a very large breed dog that is good with kids and small dogs, like a Great Dane. You have to consider how much time you are willing to invest in the dog, and also consider what type of life you want the dog to have. Is the dog a house dog or do you plan to go to a show ring? You may want to consider a large dog (say, 100+ pounds) because you may be moving and your dog may get too heavy to move around. You may also want to get a pup instead of a full grown dog to cut down on the time you will be having to spend with the dog. Also, you'll want to make sure that the breeder has done a lot of socializing/handling/trning with the dog and has a good relationship with him/her. That being sd, I think that a female is the way to go.

You do not mention what breed you are looking for, but the following will probably help:

A lot of times people want to get a dog for their kid, but they don't have any idea what to look for in a dog. There are some breeds that would be great to get a boy, like a Great Dane, Bulldog, Mastiff, or a Shep... etc. etc. I personally would never buy a Bulldog or a Shep for a kid though. They are the "big boys" so he would probably get bored with them and want something smaller and lighter to pull and play with. I think I would look at smaller


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