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The Right Match :: Tips

Older dogs tend to require less training and can be good for families that want a more mellow dog. Senior dogs are usually already housebroken and can be much better with small children. Adopting an older dog can potentially save its life and you can easily gain a devoted companion.
If you aren't sure if you're quite cut out to own a dog, there's plenty of solutions. One way is to find a dog fostering organization in your area. Often times the food, medication, and health visits will be paid for by the organization. Another way is to become a volunteer for your local animal shelter. You'll have the opportunity to walk, train and play with several dogs. A third way is to become a puppy raiser for future guide dogs. The responsibilities with this are socializing and training them for their future services.

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