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A Few more questions to ask yourself.

Are you prepared to:-

  • Take full responsibility for this dog and all its needs for the next 10 - 15 years?

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      • Invest a large amount of time, money and patience. It takes time to train a dog to be a good companion.

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          • Always keep the dog safe?

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              • Make sure the dog gets enough attention and exercise?

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                  • Live with shedding hair and slobber?

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                      • Spend the money it takes to provide proper veterinary care? Care is not limited to vaccines, spaying or neutering and annual boosters.

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                          • Become educated about the proper care of the breed, correct training methods and how to groom.

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                              • Keep the breeder informed and up to date on the dog's progress?

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                                  • Take your questions to the breeder or any other problems before it becomes out of hand?

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                                      • Have patience to accept and enjoy the trials and tribulations of puppy hood; this can last up to 5 years.

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                                          • Continue to accept responsibility for the dog despite inevitable life changes such as new babies, kids going to school, moving home, returning to work; the list is endless.

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                                              • Resist impulse buying; instead have patience to make a responsible decision?

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                                                  • Take into consideration all aspects of caring for a puppy. He will not always be that little bundle of joy that you see first, he will grow into a fully developed dog. Traits that are cute when a puppy are not so cute as an adult and you, as owner, are the person responsible. You can have a well trained dog or a lunatic, so who is to blame?? (You)

If you answer "Yes" to all of the above press "Yes", else press "No"

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