What dog do I want?
The first problem that we faced is what type of dog we want to acquire, always in accordance with our economic possibilities that should not be kept only by the value of purchase of the animal, but also for the quantity of food that we will give daily. If we remember that their is about 300 races, there are for all the likes and of all the sizes, from the Yorkshire terrier that can weigh 750 grams, until the Saint Bernard that reaches 216 lbs. In first place, we should keep in mind the space that we have so that the animal can play; if one has a small apartment, the best thing is a small dog, not overcoming the six or seven kilos, therefore, we will choose some dwarf race of the many that there is. If we have a bigger place, then we can acquire a fairly big copy, that is to say, from 17, 64 lbs until the 66,14 lbs. We will be able to opt for the big sizes in case that we possess a garden, in which you could have more than one. If we have decided the approximate size that the dog will have, we can already think if we want it with long or short hair, in principle, they are many beautiful races with long hair, but it supposes an entire dedication the power to have them under good conditions. Also, there is a time of the year when the hair falls; when summer is gone they grow back. Those of short hair evidently are easy to have the hairs doesn't drop in such a spectacular way, certain it is that, if the person which dedicates time, it increases the possibilities to achieve that dog ends up having beautiful hair.
We should also value the liking. Evidently, if who wants to acquire a puppy is a hunter and seeks to dedicate it to the hunt, it is not opportune to try with any dog, not all dogs are meant for hunting.
Another important factor before the puppy enters the house, it is that that people that will cohabit with the dog, have been properly trained and know the elementary regarding the treatment and attentions. If in the house there are children we will explain to him that a dog is not a toy and that therefore, at times it should be left alone so that he can rest, otherwise he will grow with dysfunction and deficiencies difficult to rectify during his growth. Unquestionably, the dogs are the children's friends, but we should always take the necessary measures so that it doesn't end up what we have described before.