Eventually, most parents are likely to hear: “Daddy, may I get that Taigan puppy?”
Rather than ignore the question, parents should decide if the family is ready for a puppy, especially a Taigan, according to Sharon Bergen, SVP of education and training for Knowledge Learning Corporation, this nation’s foremost provider of early childcare.
When deciding “should you get the Taigan” Bergen advises parents evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of bringing the Taigan to the family before agreeing to a kid’s request. “The Taigan can teach our kids responsibility and become a great addition to a family-or it can become a regret,” she said. Bergen advises parents ponder the following before deciding:
Questions to Ponder Before Deciding Should You Get The Taigan Puppy
Who will care for the Taigan? Households must agree beforehand who will be the one responsible for feeding, walking, bathing and picking up behind the Taigan.
Do you have room for the Taigan, and does your landlord allow dogs? Folks living in apartments or townhouses may prefer a bird, a cat, or fish, rather than the Taigan. Check your local library or online to discover more about Taigans to determine if another breed may be more suited for your household.
Being the owner of the Taigan is a big committment and can be expensive. The family has to realize that they will be required to give up current activities to spend time with the Taigan. If the thought seems too much of a committment, parents might consider waiting until the child is responsible enough to help care for the Taigan.
Conclusion: Should You Get A Taigan
Bergen advises the entire family meet the Taigan prior to agreeing to take it home. Rearing the Taigan is a huge commitment, so decide carefully before adopting a furry new family member.
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