When you walk in the park and see lots of puppies walking around, you may wonder why people keep dogs. There are all sorts of reasons people get dogs – from companionship to exercise responsibility for safety – but puppies are another matter.  Dogs are cute, they need training, and they have an extra dose of playfulness and stupidity compared to older dogs, which makes them extra fun for some people.  Here are some common reasons why people get puppies. (Be careful: you may even be tempted to get one!)

People adopt dogs because they are cute.

As someone who has worked with dogs for most of my life, you would think that at some point I might be horrified to see a cute, cute little dog. But I can tell you that is not the case. And hopefully, there will never be a day when I’m so upset that I feel like it. So when it comes to this topic, you can’t discount the first reason people have a dog, that’s the decent thing to do.

He is number one. You can’t really blame someone for being their first convincing argument as to why they need a dog.  Who doesn’t want a little teddy bear? Or a big-headed bull dog running around the house trying to figure out how to use the stairs and not go upstairs for dinner.  (Please note that puppies are not living stuffed animals, stuffed animals do not have small people in their bodies, nor are they real semen bears. Please respect your dog’s needs.)

People keep puppies to their liking. 

Another reason we often hear from people about why they want to have a puppy rather than a big dog is to give them a chance to relate to him like a dog, and to make sure that social  Properly covered, it will withstand a great deal of adverse conditions. Truth be told, this is a big deal for us. Getting a dog started early in life with the right training, socialization, handling and insensitivity is the key to keeping the dog you always want. But, if you can’t spend time training, if you don’t have the skills, or don’t have the money to get help, then you have created a situation that makes life difficult.

People adopt dogs as practice children. 

Practice the kids!  Ah, that’s one of the reasons I watch it so much (whether people admit it or not).  In the early 20’s a good couple decides to bring a dog along to make their new home. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there.  Well, yes and no. Raising a dog has certain requirements for raising a child (but with a very low level of responsibility). This can be a big test for a couple in such a situation. But what happens when a dog is found?

People adopt puppies instead of their grown children. 

Children’s place? Do we see a lot of them?  Did the children grow up and move out of the house?  Time for a new dog!  Honestly, this is a great reason to get a dog. It has been shown that being around a dog can reduce stress levels and increase happiness and purpose. Some of the best dogs that come before us are alternative babies. But, it can also go very fast. We often see a person with low energy and mobility getting a young  Puppy for sale Singapore and he is not able to maintain the energy level of the new dog.


Dogs are great swimmers. They really are a very helpful pet. He respects his master with all his heart and can easily guess his presence from his fragrance. We must take good care of them and keep them in good condition.

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