"Saving one dog won’t change the world. But for that one dog, the world changes forever."

Here came so much prolonged moment a dog appeared in your house.

This article will be helpful only on two cases:

1. You are ready to own a dog but you want to know all the details.
2. You do have a dog, but you are lack of experience and want to learn how to bring them up .

If it is about you, this article might be helpful.

Unfortunately, many of us do not know how to behave properly with a dog that has just appeared in their house, so that they adapts as so quick to the owner as possible.

We recommend you to study things below properly and after enjoy communication with a new friend and a member of your family!
The wise puppy-owner-to-be puts much thought into pre-puppy preparation.

First, you should buy some of the basics ahead of time, so you both and your dog can settle in without too many mad dashes to the store. Here’s what you’ll need:

• crate
• food and water bowls
• food and maybe some treats for training. Try to get the same food your dog’s been easy since a sudden switch in diet can upset his stomach.
• collar and leash
• bed
• toys, especially chew toys
• stain- and odor-removing cleaners
Secondly, try to gather as many of your dog’s papers as possible.

If you’re adopting your dog from a shelter, this can be tricky but try to get as many vet records as possible for your pup. Find out exactly which shots he’s already gotten and which ones he still may need. Try to figure out the last time he got flea or heartworm treatment, if possible.

Thirdly, let your dog play with other dogs. This part is very important because of socializing. Also do not forget to train your dog. Dogs need exercise, including play, but playtime needs to be a good experience for everyone. Promise yourself that if you have any doubts about whether your dog or others are acting appropriately, the play is getting too rough, or your dog is not having fun, you will LEAVE. Don’t discount the importance of playtime at home with you. You are your dog’s best friend and most sought-after companion.

Moreover, you may face such problems as flees. Please, take care and buy some medical staff that will help your friend to forget about uncomfortable feelings.

Also, get a veterinarian for your pup. Find a vet that lives close by that you will start bringing your pup to for annual check-ups, vaccines, etc. It’s also a good idea to locate the closest 24 hour emergency animal hospital and write that number down on the fridge or somewhere else that everyone in the house can find if they need it!

The last but not the least, enjoy the best life ever with your new best friend!