Adopting Your New Dog: Adopting a Puppy or Dog the Right Way

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Stop! Before You Make a Big Mistake!

Getting a new puppy or dog looks easy. Cute faces, wagging tails, puppy breath. Who can resist?

Do yourself and your potential new dog a favor and read the important ebook, Adopting a Puppy or Dog the Right Way, before making your final decision. New from Whole Dog Journal, Adopting a Puppy or Dog the Right Way shows you, step-by-step, how to determine if you’re ready for a new addition to the family, the best places to search for a new dog and the important things to look for when you start seeing available pups and dogs.

Adopting a Puppy or Dog the Right Way answers your questions and shatters myths.

Rescue groups, shelters and breeders all have their pros and cons. This ebook details what you should find at each . . . and what you should look out for.

Puppies are a fantastic choice for most households. But for some, an adult dog is a better choice. Believe or not, there are many, many well-behaved adult dogs out there, waiting for a new home. You just need to know where to look. And how to evaluate them.

Shelters are a great place to find “mutts” and mixed-breeds. But if you know the questions to ask and are willing to be patient, your favorite breed can also be found at an area shelter near you.

Learn the best way bring home the perfect dog for you family and home by reading Adopting a Puppy or Dog the Right Way. Download your copy today!

*Please note: This is a downloadable E-book.

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