Should I Buy A Fully Trained Dog?
Man’s best friend, the dog. If you love dogs and want to buy a new pet, there are some options open to you. Some dog owners wish to look for fully trained dogs for sale, whilst others might want to buy a puppy and go through the training process on their own or alongside a dog day care centre where extra training can take place. There is no wrong or right answer, as every dog is different, and every dog owner is different. Your home situation will be very different to the next person, so making the choice must be down to how you feel and what is right for your own personal circumstances.
In this article we are going to look at the benefits of buying a fully trained dog. You want to find a dog that can make a genuine connection with you and becomes part of the family. The best-case scenario is one where your new pet slots into your home and family dynamic as if they have always been there, well behaved, and great company. Making the wrong choice though can cause havoc.
Why should you search for fully trained dogs for sale?
A dog that has been professionally trained will come with a range of benefits that you would not experience with a dog that has not been trained. You’ll experience:
- A closer bond with the dog at an earlier stage, due to their good behaviour, responsiveness, and relaxed attitude.
- A dog that is fully housebroken, making it much easier and cleaner, and sanitary for your home.
- An easier process of management, allowing you to socialise with your dog in unfamiliar settings, and with unfamiliar people to the dog.
- Improved safety, as your dog will understand how to remain calm and safe when it is required in unfamiliar surroundings (we all know how scared dogs can be on Bonfire Night for example).
- A much better quality of life, as the dog knows how to behave, stay safe, and be well-looked after.
Buying a fully trained dog is often a much better option for people looking to add a new dog as a pet to the family. It is a positive pet and owner relationship from day one in many cases, whereas a puppy or dog that still needs to be trained can often provide a fraught, difficult experience that is not ideal for the dog or owner. Finding dog socialisation classes near you and doggy day care centres that can continue to train and look after your dog when you are at work or on holiday provide a great service, even if you buy a fully trained dog, and it is through these services that you could find the perfect pet to purchase too. There are some dodgy, illegal puppy sales in this country, and finding an ethical dog training facility that also sells trained dogs provides you with the best chance to make the right choice when adding a new pet to your family.