The Complete Single's Guide to Being a Dog Owner: Choose the Right Breed, Train Your New Pup, Balance Dating and Dog Duties, Find Doggie Daycare and Travel with Your Dog
Should I let my dog sleep in bed with me? Can my puppy share my dinner? How do I keep my dog happy while I'm away at work?
As more and more singles share their homes with dogs (rather than mates), they face unique challenges. From what to do when your puppy poops in your shoes to how to train your dog to play nice with your new date, this guide answers all the questions you should ask before and after bringing home your new furry companions. Whether you have adopted an adult dog or are raising a puppy, international dog rescuer and author Betsy Rosenfeld offers practical, reassuring advice based on the experience of countless singles and their dogs. A single herself, Rosenfeld reveals all you need to know to live happily ever with their Prince, Baron, or Queenie.
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