It’s that time of year again!!!

The year has flown by and we are back again wondering what to buy the rellies and kids for Christmas. Pets are often considered as a Christmas present, not only for the kids but for mum, dad, your girlfriend or a host of other minor and major people in your life. Is this the correct thing to do however? As a groomer and trainer I often see these pets and hear the person tell me “I don’t know why they thought I wanted another dog, cat…………… {insert pet type}. These owners often don’t want the pet and are not happy they have been landed with it.

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog that outlined what should be considered when purchasing a puppy called “Puppy Purchase- Delight or Nightmare” It discusses the purchase of a puppy from the point of view of the puppy being for yourself but if you cannot answer all these questions for the person the puppy is going to be living with then it is not an appropriate gift.

At Elite Pet Care & Education we are offering FREE 1 hour consultations via face to face, internet or phone to discuss the purchase of a companion animal. Call us on 1300 307 991 or email on to take up this offer.


Posted on December 6, 2010, in Pet Guardians, Puppies and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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