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(re: Boat picture (what kind of dog do you have?)) Most people don’t approach a dog/puppy with enough planning. The breeds vary greatly in temperament, size, and intelligence – all big factors in how well the dog will adjust to your family and lifestyle. I adopted a puppy at the beginning of the month and it’s been an incredible experience – fun and frustrating in varying degrees. Adoption isn’t a decision to be made lightly – have at least $400-$600 ready for the first year, depending on the size of the breed. Prepare to take time out of work for vets visits and plan on spending most evenings cleaning up messes and teaching the dog to act as civilly as possible.
Here is my pup:
Ken – You mentioned Shelby is quite the international traveler – how do you get the dog through customs and avoid quarantines?