They gave a beagle for a wedding; young people don’t need such a gift WikiPet.ru
In St. Petersburg, a wonderful, healthy, active one and a half year old beagle dog is looking for a new family. Nickname Sansara, abbreviated owners call her Sarah.
Further in the lines of the announcement, tragedy, resentment and even despair can be recognized. Young people write that they gave the dog to them for the wedding. And immediately the question arises. Have future spouses asked for such a gift? The answer “no” (and in this case the answer is just that) begs a lot of other questions. And the most harmless of them: why did they give a beagle puppy?
And it doesn't even matter if it is a beagle or a shepherd. A dog is a living creature that requires attention, care, time, knowledge and love. The dog in the house is always a conscious choice and a responsible decision.
The first rule when acquiring a pet is to learn as much as possible about the breed, characteristics of its character, behavior, nutrition, health, etc. And beagles, as you know, do not belong to breeds that can be recommended to inexperienced dog breeders. These are dogs with their own distinctive features. Of course, animals should be given a lot (a lot!) Of time, to engage in their education, training. Only with an adequate attitude, a serious and responsible approach, the indefatigable energy of the beagles will not harm. Otherwise - pogroms in the apartment, unfortunately, can not be avoided.
Now about the situation with the newlyweds. What kind of dog as a gift for the wedding can, in principle, be discussed, if people who just got married have a honeymoon ahead. And further - they themselves need to know and understand each other better.And here is a puppy who needs to be trained on the street, but he stubbornly does not want to do this. Plus, a biglet gnaws at everything that comes across him, mercilessly tears up the wallpaper and digs a dig under the front doors ... Family life becomes like hell, and you don’t want to return to your next surprise pet.
The newlyweds admit that at first Sarah lived in her parents' house. There the dog was given more attention. And the second tail was the company in games and leprosy. Still, the "gift" returned to the owners. And the spouses for some time tried to cope with him and get along (after all, Samsara was already a year and a half). But not to work, but to constantly raise a dog, young people do not have the opportunity. When Sarah is left alone (and this happens at least five times a week), the whole house knows about this. So loud she howls!
So lovers of beagles, and better of people who know and are able to properly educate them, are asked to take Sarah not only to the newlyweds, but also to their neighbors. It would be ideal to get Samsara in a private house or in company with another funny little tail.
It happens that neither dogs nor people are to blame for the fact that they do not fit together. Perhaps this is the option when it’s better to leave?