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Real Euro Puppy Story

July 28, 2010 by tibor.berenyi

Let us share a letter with you that we received from a kind family some time ago:

 

"Dear Zoltan,

We hope you enjoy our special story about two Euro-Puppy bernese mountain dogs:

That's right! When you view the photos, you are NOT seeing double...Stanley's REAL brother has joined our family. Now there are over 200 pounds of canine fur living at our house...YIKES! If you think you are surprised, our heads our still spinning! Through an amazing twist of fate, we discovered that one of Stanley's littermates was in need of a new home. The story is incredible....It involves two countries, three states, three families, and two brain tumors (yes, you read that right). The odds of all of the things that transpired over the course of a mere 4 day period are astounding. We would have had better odds of hitting a major Powerball jackpot than discovering this one dog.

Bernese                  

   

Boxer or not?

July 14, 2010 by ann

We have received a letter from Clark, a Boxer owner, and thought we should share his story with our readers so that you can learn from it.  Here goes Clark's email:

Boxer Puppy 

Baby and dog in the same family?

July 6, 2010 by sandor.fagyal

If you are already a happy dog owner and your baby is about to arrive, you might wonder whether your baby is going to be safe around the dog, whether you should keep your pet at all. Many families in this situation are worried about the safety of their baby. The truth is, if you have the time to prepare your dog for the baby's arrival, there should be no problem at all.

The opposite case, if you already have a child and are thinking about getting a dog, is a bit easier, because you have the opportunity to choose a breed that is good with children. There is no one breed that is perfect with children. It mostly depends on the dog's individual temperament, training and early socialization. It is a good idea to browse around classifieds and see whats on offer.

If your child is very young (under 6 years old) it is recommended to get a dog which is more than 2 years old, because they need less attention. However, in this case you must make sure that the dog has been well socialized and obedience trained. While it is a common misbelief that small breeds are better with children, in fact, these dogs are usually more fragile, so kids can easily hurt them, which can lead to the dog being aggressive. Herding or protective breeds are not recommended either, as they might try to herd children due to their natural instinct.

Whatever breed you choose, it is always important not to leave your baby or young child and the dog together without supervision, until they both learn the rules. One thing is certain, having dogs can not be a wrong decision, if the parents are responsible. A dog in the family can also teach your child learn responsibility at a young age and that animals need constant care and attention. Learn more about what breeds are considered good with children.