LIVING WITH A LARGE BREED DOG

LIVING WITH A LARGE BREED DOG

     

“Best friend come in all shapes and sizes” gives total justification to the love and contentment we receive from being a dog owner.

Beyond a shadow of a doubt, it is certainly true that dogs make us happy. Ask anybody who spends time with a dog and they will let you know just how much joy their tail-wagging companion delivers.

There is always “two sides of the coin.” When you share your home with the dogs and that too with a large breed, you need to think big — and act big. Let us look over the ease of owning big dogs. “Best friend come in all shapes and sizes” gives total justification to the love and contentment we receive from being a dog owner.

Beyond a shadow of a doubt, it is certainly true that dogs make us happy. Ask anybody who spends time with a dog and they will let you know just how much joy their tail-wagging companion delivers.

There is always “two sides of the coin.” When you share your home with the dogs and that too with a large breed, you need to think big — and act big. Let us look over the ease of owning big dogs.

Difference between having a large breed dog and a small breed dog-

  • The food products are cost effective in case of small breed.
  • Small breed dogs adapt fat easily cause of fast metabolism.
  • Smaller ones need less space than compared to the larger ones.
  • Large = Lovable
  • Small = Big Bark
  • Small dogs don’t need exercise while large dogs do need it.
  • Small dogs can be more difficult to train than large dogs.

Pros:

Let us look over the ease of owning big dogs.

  • Regardless of their big size, they’re actually delightful to live with. 
  • Some of them mostly prefer to relax all day and are relatively calm inside the house. 
  • Many of these dogs are easy to train. They actually enjoy learning and being trained. 
  • Large dog breeds can adapt and make good apartment dogs and the best illustration would be retired Greyhound dogs. 
  • The most fruitful perk of having a large breed dog is that you’ll have a guard 24x7. 

{In context of a large breed dog there are many temperaments, activity levels, grooming requirements and other differences so make sure that the dog you’re interested in suits you.}

Cons:

  • No doubt it is a large breed and so has a great goodwill. But if you’re a dog lover then living with a large breed dog is totally worth every penny. 
  • You'll need to have a budget for food, toys, medication and other useful things. 
  • They’re are very active and also need proper exercise and activity to perform on daily basis. This will need your time and attention towards them. 
  • Talking about their lifespan so it’s heart wrenching because they have a little less life span than compared to the smaller ones. 
  • And once you reach all these elaborated points the mandatory one to note is that you need to be a bit careful because they do persist different behaviour which might not be dangerous but can be irritating sometimes. 
  • It’s required to have a over look on all the breeds that exist and then hand pick those who suits you best according to your need and comfort.