You have always wanted a dog. Perhaps you have retired and fancy taking long walks with your new best pal. Or perhaps the kinds have been pestering you to get a puppy and you have finally caved in. But before you rush out to make the kids' wishes come true, there are some important questions to ask yourself to be sure you know what you are getting in to.
What breed of dog best suits your circumstances and different breed of dog have different needs of their own.
You have to strike that balance. For example if you live in a small apartment going out to buy a Saint Bernard puppy probably isn't the smartest move. Instead, say a Jack Russel would be more suitable.