Your Child Is Asking For That Tennessee Treeing Brindle Puppy – Do You Get It?

Posted by on Dec 19, 2009 in Dogs, Pets, Tennessee Treeing Brindle | Comments Off on Your Child Is Asking For That Tennessee Treeing Brindle Puppy – Do You Get It?

Should you get a Tennessee Treeing Brindle puppy?Sooner or later, every parent is going to hear: “Mom, can I get that Tennessee Treeing Brindle puppy?”

Instead of ignoring the question, parents are advised to ponder whether their family is ready for a new puppy, especially a Tennessee Treeing Brindle, says Sharon Bergen, SVP of education and training for Knowledge Learning Corporation, this nation’s foremost provider of early childcare.

While asking yourself “should the family get the Tennessee Treeing Brindle” Bergen recommends parents evaluate the positives and negatives of bringing the Tennessee Treeing Brindle to the family before giving in to a child’s wishes. “The Tennessee Treeing Brindle can teach kids about responsibility and become a fantastic addition to the family-or it can be a regret,” she is quoted as saying. Bergen advises families consider the following before deciding:

Questions to Ask Before Deciding Should You Get The Tennessee Treeing Brindle Puppy

Who will care for the Tennessee Treeing Brindle? Parents and kids must agree in advance who is to be in charge of walking feeding, bathing and cleaning up after the Tennessee Treeing Brindle.

Do you have space for the Tennessee Treeing Brindle, or does your landlord allow dogs? Folks who live in apartments or townhouses may be better suited to a fish, a bird, or cat, instead of the Tennessee Treeing Brindle. Check your library or Internet to find out more about Tennessee Treeing Brindles to decide if another dog may be more appropriate for your household.

Owning the Tennessee Treeing Brindle is a big committment and may be expensive. The family must realize that they will be required to forsake current activities to spend time with the Tennessee Treeing Brindle. If that prospect turns out to be too much of a committment, you might think about delaying until the child is old enough to help care for the Tennessee Treeing Brindle.

Conclusion: Should You Get A Tennessee Treeing Brindle

Bergen advises the entire family meet the Tennessee Treeing Brindle in advance of committing to take it home. Owning the Tennessee Treeing Brindle is a big commitment, so think carefully before getting one.

Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Tennessee Treeing Brindles

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