A Dog At Home

Having a dog at home shouldn't be a problem or inconvenience, as long as your neighbors are in agreement and are not disturbed by the noise. To avoid such circumstances, make sure that your dog is well trained.

Think About Your Neighbors
In an open propriety or terraced house the dog is exposed to the public in a certain way. Your neighbors will hear the noise, see the behavior and will eventually stumble on the messes that your dog leaves behind.

A well-educated dog is one who must:

  • obey immediately the orders of his master.
  • not bark at slightest noise he hears.
  • not bark at strangers nor jump for them.
  • nor urinate on the side walks.

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