Sunday, March 2, 2008

Pets and Poodles

"If you think you want a pet, but you're not sure you can handle the responsibility of the long-term commitment, there's a solution that that could help humans and animals.

The Early Show's resident veterinarian, Dr. Debbye Turner, says people can be foster parents for homeless animals just as they can for neglected, abused or abandoned children."

"There are plenty of good reasons to make a poodle your next family pet. First, poodles are one of the most intelligent breeds of dog, making training a much easier process with these animals."

1 comment:

alpha99wolf said...

Fostering a pet can be the initial step for anyone who has never owned one. It can be the deciding factor as to whether or not a person really should be a pet owner. Wonderful idea.
Poodles - great dogs. My friend's mom used to raise miniature poodles and the little critters were all over the place, everywhere, in every size & color. What fun! Then I saw another friend's standard poodle. Different from the miniature one. Both are great, with their own characteristics, like any breed. Great articles!