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Old 02-05-2015, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
Sable, don't forget that puppies still need exercise and walks, even if they are trained to go indoors.
My girlfriend in Canada just got a rescue with sensitive feet and she has to put booties on him every time they go for a walk.
I understand your excitement over the idea of getting a dog, but please don't forget, they are a ton of work when they are puppies.
Best of luck to you. There is no better companion than a dog!
I want to indoor potty the puppy on cold, rainy or snowy days. (Its below zero here today and I would hate to take a puppy out in this weather -- the puppy or me!) Also, if I'm out of the house I don't want my 90 year old mother to have to take a puppy outside. I would still walk the puppy for exercise and I think my 3 year old cat will also give the puppy a lot of exercise. Kaylee (the cat) loves to play.
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