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Tips About Small Dog Shelter AdoptionsThere are many ways to adopt a small dog. You can find a sweet little dog at shelters. All you need to do is to pay some money for adoption and some dog owner fees. It is very important to know what kind of owner the dog had in the past.
Commonly aggressive dogs have bad, indifferent and careless owners. They don't take care of their pet and this makes the dog become unfriendly. It is recommended to get to know the dog before adoption. If you have kids, you need to bring them along for the first meeting.
Many small dog breeds do have certain medical conditions. For example Dachshunds of usual or small diversity have back and hip problems. The Dachshund's stretched out body causes them to have back issues. Another genetic element is their discs outer layer is thinner than normal. This medical problem is called "Intervertebral Disc Disease".
Another method for adopting small dogs can be rescues. The most popular breeds are such as: Papillion, Bichon frise, Dachshunds, Boston terrier, Miniature Pinscher and so on. There are other types of breeds that are mixed race. It all depends on you and your investigation about what kind of dog is suitable for you to have. It is suggested that some small dogs such as: Pugs and Miniature Boxers should not be adopted if you have small children at home. The small dogs are easy to injure if you have small kids. They might fall or step on them.
There are also some small dogs that like to bite. These kinds of dogs can be adopted where there are older children.
Generally small dogs need more attention and space to run. They tend to be more energetic and hyper than the bigger dogs. You also need to dedicate more time, love and money. Small dogs love to play and if you don't play with them, they get depressed and aggressive. You also need to pay more attention to them in order to maintain their health situation. They require vaccinations and regular checkups. If you have enough money to take care of their medical needs and their obligatory maintenance, then you will not have a problem with having a pet.
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