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We are planing to have Dog but we are both working.

If we get a puppy, he / she will have to stay alone for at least 7 hours a day. Will that affect the behaviour of the pup?
By Vishal Sharma · 21 Jun 2015 1:25 pm


By Admin · 24 Jun 2015 9:32 am
Hi VishalIf you are planning to have a pup but will not be able to dedicate ample time to him / her due to your hectic work schedules, we would suggest not to get a pup home. Being alone on their own can affect their behaviour and temperament.If you and your family loves dogs, you may volunteer at a local dog shelter or dog creche where you can spend time with pups and dogs and look after them. A pup is a huge responsibility and will require dedication and time towards their upbringing.RegardsTeam DogSpot
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