You're probably ecstatic about bringing a new pet home. However, your new furball may not feel the same way. Your pet may feel a bit anxious and for good reason. Imagine how you'd feel in a new home, not knowing anyone or where you are. However, you can take steps to make your pet feel welcome and make the transition easier.
Pet ownership does come with its share of responsibilities. One of these being keeping your pet free from potentially disease-carrying pests. Unfortunately, some insects like fleas and ticks can harbor harmful bacteria and pathogens, posing a danger to your pets and to any humans they may come into contact with. This risk can be higher for those animals spending much of their time outdoors, increasing their exposure to flea and tick habitats and other infected animals.
A dog can be a wonderful addition to your family. If you want to enjoy your time and have fun together, it is essential that your dog is properly trained. An untrained dog will bark excessively, have accidents in the house, chew things, and even bite. If you are planning to train your dog yourself, there are a few techniques you should use to do it properly. If you use the techniques and are patient, your dog will be very well behaved.
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