It is absolutely normal to ask yourself 1000 questions when you think of letting a dog enter your life. As we grow old, we grow wiser.
As I mentionned before, it is not a light decision to be taken, and if you need help, or even just talk about your doubts, please let me know, it would be my pleasure to advise you and give you the best help I can.
My role is to guide you in taking the best possible decision.
The last thing you want, is sharing a life with someone you do not have a lot in common with.
Like in every relationship, the looks are for the eyes, the real deal is for the heart.
You know your lifestyle better than anyone else. The desire of having a dog should be inline with your rythm, your daily activities, your hobbies, family members, etc...
Just a little preparation before taking this huge decision, can be a life changer for everyone.
A new flat, a new job, a new partner, a new routine, all these changes life brings us are challenging for us.
Are they as challenging to us as it is to our dogs ?
Changes can be stressful on our little guys, but the good thing with them, is that they have a higher power of adaptation than us humans.
Knowing how to deal with it is what matters.
Your energy is your dog's fuel.
Mens sana in corpore sano.
Sana dominus canis sano.