My husband and I have three nice children who in turn have countless friends. Many of his friends have pets, rabbits, kittens, and, of course, dogs. You may already know where this story is going. Children have been begging us to buy them a puppy for a while. I hadn't really thought about the idea well, so I told them I'd think about it.

I didn't mean to sound stingy with kids when I told them I'd think about it, but they're not old enough to realize that a puppy can be hard work. However, space is not a problem. We have a lovely big house with gardens to the front and back, plenty of room for a pup to exercise and explore. My husband and I began to investigate further without telling the children. We wanted to meet different races. 

Apparently, Labradors are friendly and good with children, while West Highland Terriers are loud and Poodles are aggressive. We looked at photos of puppies for sale on a website and fell in love with a beautiful Labrador puppy. We also read how to take care of puppies and dogs, that is, hygiene, very important when we are around young children. Apparently, it is necessary to check the parents of the puppy to make sure that the breed is good and what food to give it. Topics such as deworming and vaccines were also discussed.

After a chat, we decided to acquire a Labrador puppy. The children were so happy that the next day we visited various pet stores. While there were many puppies for sale, we were unable to find a Labrador. We also tried animal rescue centers, but there were no lab puppies. The kids were starting to get mad, so I told them we would go home and search the internet. You can, through the net, read about the different breeds of dogs for sale, as well as other animals. In the network, we find a large number of dogs and puppies that have no charge for being rescue animals. 

After more research, we found reputable websites that sell puppies as well as buy and sell sites. Pet owners advertise the purchase and sale of their puppies online. There were dozens of great little things to choose from, yet we stood our ground until we found a lab puppy. 

We chose a Labrador puppy because of his temperament and exquisite personality. They are evidently easy to train, conscientious, and exceptionally well mannered when they are older. This type of dog is also meant to be a great protector of children.


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