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Puppies. :) :) :) :) :)

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Hannah Wilson

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Puppies. :) :) :) :) :)
Facts About Puppies
They're freakin' adorable
A puppy spends about 14 hours a day sleeping-how adorable and PERFECT to cuddle with!
There are 6.2 million puppies born in the US every year...they all need homes!
A puppy eats 5 SMALL portions of food/day...here's where the expenses are lower.
Puppies are clumsy! How adorable!!!!!!!
Puppies are social!!! And we have Freckie! Look! A buddy!
It only takes a year for a puppy to reach adulthood!
The average dog has the intelligence of a two-year old human! How cute!
45% of dogs sleep in their owner's beds...so perfect for cuddling!
Dogs help with depression by promoting a sense of well-being, and providing constant companionship
Why I Want a Puppy
I want a cute little cuddly friend that I can carry around with me and snuggle up to when I'm sad
I want the extra responsibility of looking after one
I want to be able to come home and just see it's cute little face!!!!!
I want to train it to do cute little tricks!
It will make me happy!
It will make the family happy and create a bonding experience!
They're fun and will give me an after-school activity!
They may be hard work but they are definitely worth the time and expenses.
It will train me to be more responsible which will be great for when I get out on my own
How I Would Take Care of a Puppy
I realize that puppies do have expenses. They need food, toys, vet visits and other supplies. I have to gas up my truck about twice a month, equaling about 100 dollars. I have 1000 in my account at this point in time. Business is starting to pick up at work and as a result, my paychecks are having larger amounts on them. I can budget out my money at the beginning of every month so I can properly pay for gas, make-up and other necessities, and a puppy. Remember, if I get a smaller dog, food expenses would be much less. Puppies also need training. Mom trained Wilson so she could give me some tips so I could properly train the puppy all by myself! Also, with the help of the internet, I could train the puppy to do other cute little things like high five or other cute stuff.
What kind of puppy do I want?
Let me start of by saying that I want a little dog. They are easier to cuddle with and they cost less because food expenses are much lower. Also, they make littler poops so that's easier to clean up. AND if they do happen to barf, it's little barfs to clean up. Plus they are just so cute! They may have their own problems but joint problems won't be a big issue because their weight. And when I walk it, it will give me the exercise as well as the dog! Now let's move on to breeds.
Teacup or Regular Pomeranian
Pomeranians are intelligent and eager to please. They do not require much exercise but are energetic. They are good at learning tricks.
Height- 7-12 inches
Weight- 3-7 pounds
They are active indoors and do not need a yard. They need a daily walk and some play. They have a life expectancy of about 15 years.
Yorkshire Terriors
Yorkies are energetic as well as affectionate. They are easy to train as long as you give them proper boundaries.
Height- 6-7 inches
Weight- 7 pounds
They also do not require a yard but enjoy walks.
Mini Aussie
Mini Aussies are easy going and love to play. They are highly intelligent and easy to train. They are quiet and not often aggressive.
Height- 10-14 inches
Weight- 12-17 pounds
They do okay with small yards. They also do well in cold climates. They have a life expectancy of 12-14 years.
Basset Hound
Basset hounds are gentle and naturally well-behaved. If trained well, they are always friendly. They are inactive indoors but if you let them outside, they could run forever. As long as you play and walk them, they do not need a yard. Height- 11-15 inches Weight- 45-65 pounds
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
King Charles Spaniels are very eager and happy. They are intelligent and willing to please. They are easy to train and very obedient. They get along with cats and dogs alike. A small yard is okay for them.
Height- 12-13 inches
Weight- 10-18 pounds
Chihuahuas enjoy affection. They are very loyal to their owners. They are intelligent and learn quickly. They do not require a yard. Height- 6-9 inches
Weight- 2-6 pounds
They require a daily walk and play.
Italian Greyhound
Italian Greyhounds are affectionate and intellegent. They are very easy to train. It gets along well with dogs and cats and prefers a quiet household. They are very peaceful.
Height-12-15 inches
Weight- 6-10 pounds
They do not require much exercise but love play and to be walked.
Mini Schnauzer
Miniature Schnauzers are intelligent and happy. It gets along with other pets. They are easy to travel with.
Height- 12-14 inches
Weight- 10-15 pounds
They are calm indoors as long as you play with them and walk them daily.
Pekingese are extremely affectionate. They are also good watch dogs.
Height-6-9 inches
Weight- 8-10 pounds
These dogs are relatively inactive but do enjoy walks.
Shih Tzu
Shih Tzus are happy and packed with character. They are friendly and respond well to training. They like to be with people and other pets.
Height- Up to 11 inches
Weight- 9-16 pounds
Will do okay without a yard.
English Bulldog
English Bulldogs are among the gentlest of breeds. They are very affectionate and dependable.
Height- 12-16 inches
Weight- 49-55 pounds
They are very inactive and are okay without a yard. Walks and play are good for them though.
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