Make sure you can afford a pup before you take one. They need regular visits to the vet, they need their shots every year, and other stuff like calcium, vitamin supplements, toys, leashes and collars that can add to your monthly budget. If they fall sick, then that’s an additional cost. All these expenses add up and can cause a dent in your pocket.
If your idea of keeping a puppy is chaining it, confining it or ignoring it, then keeping a pup is a bad idea. Bringing a puppy home can transform your life. They bring with them unconditional love and there’s nothing more uplifting than coming home after a long day’s work and finding this furry little creature wagging its tail in pure delight to see you. Not even your spouse can give you that kind of love!