So, we are mostly a cat family here, but if our life wasn’t ruled by a certain grumpy cat (ahem, you all know who I am talking about 😉 ) I am pretty sure the children and LSH would have persuaded me to get a dog by now.
Getting any pet is a serious business, and it’s always a good thing to make sure the animal you are choosing is compatible with you and your family, and that you and they are right for each other. This is very important when it comes to getting a dog. They are long term, for life pets, that need to fit into your family, in order for them to be happy and comfortable and for you and the dog to have the best relationship and life together.
Top Tips when buying a puppy!
Discover Dogs is running an event next week at ExCel in London, on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th October where if you are interested or are thinking about getting a dog, you can go along Meet hundreds of dogs, chat to owners, great shopping and watch world-class displays in competitions. A great day out for the whole family – and under 12s go FREE! It looks like an amazing thing to go and be a part of and enjoy.
We have two adult tickets to give away. One lucky winner will win two tickets to the event.
All you have to do, to enter, is to tell us what kind of dog you would like and why, and then click on the Rafflecopter link to complete the entrance requirements.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, my childhood sweetheart had them :p
I absolutely love ladradors. We have owned one since I was a little girl and now I have one with my own family.
They are so loyal and great companions.
I’d love a little daschund .. they’re so incredibly cute and have great little personalities!
i love my daughters chihuahuas they are small cute and so laid back and such loving little dogs
If you have dogs when you were a kid, your childhood is awesome. Dalmatians are the type of dogs that won’t gonna leave your side no matter what. And also, dogs can guarantee you safety when you leave the house.