Be an OPEN BOOK!!!
It’s that time!!! You’ve been wanting a furry companion and you are now prepared financially and you are ready to be a responsible pet owner! How exciting!
Be an OPEN BOOK! Personalities and Dispositions/Temperament vary in puppies. Be careful not to stereotype a puppy by its breed, gender, color, physical appearance, etc… Every responsible pet owner will tell you the best thing to do is interact with the puppy in person face to face and nose to nose so you can decide which personality best suits you and your family.
Get a Pet!
(MSN Health & Fitness – Prevention’s Anti-Aging Guide)
Open up your home and heart to “Prince” or “Princess”. Owning a pet reduces the number of visits to the doctor, prolongs survival after a heart attack, and wards off depression, says James Serpell Ph.D., director of the Center for the Interaction of Animals and Society at the University of Pennsylvania. (His family has a cat, a dog, a large green iguana, a bearded dragon, and a dozen fish.)
Pet ownership also protects against a major problem of aging: high blood pressure. In one standout study at State University of New York, Buffalo, stockbrokers with high blood pressure adopted a pet. When they were faced with mental stress, their BP increased less than half as much as their counterparts without animal pets. But pick your pet with care. (That’s where we can help you find a high quality puppy and give you all the help you need to raise your puppy properly.)