Buying a Puppy vs. Buying an Older Dog
Since the Internet was not working, I had to choose another theme to write about. I picked the theme “Buying a Puppy vs. Buying an Older Dog. ” These two topics don’t have much in comparison, but they are very different. Buying a puppy at a very young age can be a difficult or easy process, depending on how you train the puppy. Buying an older dog is very tricky in many ways. There are very few comparisons about buying a puppy versus buying an older old. One comparison is that they are both pets.
They are alike by there structures and mannerisms. Another comparison is that they are a very good companionship to you and your loved ones. There are many different things about a new puppy and an older dog. For one thing, if you buy a puppy, you can train the puppy to the way of life you used to live to. You can train your puppy to be on a schedule. If you buy an older dog, it may not be trained. Older dogs aren’t as easily trained as younger puppies. A puppy can grow up knowing who you are and get familiar with you and the people around you.
An older dog may have had a bad past, and maybe meaner or not as friendly towards others. The older dog won’t be familiar to you, your family, or the people around you. I think you should buy a puppy instead of buying an older dog. If you are looking to buy an older dog, you have to look at the dog’s past and determine if it is going to be easier (for you and the dog) to train a puppy or have to teach an old dog new tricks. To me, it will be easier to buy a new puppy versus buying an older dog.