Young dogs and young children sometimes don't mix. Neither understand the rules of the game - and, inevitably someone can get hurt.
I recently adopted a senior dog. Her human mother had died and she found herself at age 11 at Sunshine Corgi Rescue. Fortunately for me (and for her) we were destined to meet. She has been a dream - already housebroken and obedience trained. She knows her name, comes when she's called and asks to go outside when it's necessary. She's sweet and loving.
Next time you are in the position to add a new fur face to our family, consider an older dog or an older cat. They have so much to give and deserve the opportunity to have a loving family.
Enjoy this article about the benefits of adopting senior pets:
Enjoy Kid-Friendly Pets
|Sassy, the Senior Corgi|
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