Your Child Wants That Pudelpointer – What Do You Do?

Posted by on Sep 8, 2009 in Dogs, Pets, Pudelpointer | Comments Off on Your Child Wants That Pudelpointer – What Do You Do?

Should you get a Pudelpointer puppy?Eventually, every parent is likely to hear: “Please, can we get that Pudelpointer puppy?”

Rather than ignore the question, parents should think about whether their family is prepared for a new puppy, especially a Pudelpointer, according to Sharon Bergen, senior vice president of education and training for Knowledge Learning Corporation, this nation’s leading provider of early childhood care and education.

While thinking about “should you get the Pudelpointer” Bergen suggests parents ascertain the plusses and minuses of bringing the Pudelpointer to the family prior to acquiescing to a kid’s wish. “The Pudelpointer can teach our kids about responsibility and be a pleasant addition to your family-or it can become a burden,” she says. Bergen suggests families consider the following before committing:

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Answering Should You Get The Pudelpointer Puppy

Who will care for the Pudelpointer? Families should agree beforehand who is to be the one in charge of bathing, feeding, walking and cleaning up after the Pudelpointer.

Is there space for the Pudelpointer, and does your landlord allow dogs? Folks who live in apartments or townhouses may be better suited to a fish, a bird, or cat, rather than the Pudelpointer. Check your local library or Internet to find out more about Pudelpointers to learn if another pet may be more suited for your household.

Being the owner of the Pudelpointer is a big committment and not cheap. The family must understand that they are required to give up existing activities to spend time with the Pudelpointer. If this requirement seems too much of a committment, you should think about waiting until the child is responsible enough to help raise the Pudelpointer.

Conclusion: Should You Get A Pudelpointer

Bergen advises the whole household meet the Pudelpointer before committing to take it home. Rearing the Pudelpointer is a long-term commitment, so decide carefully before adopting a furry new family member.

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