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Individual dogs also have specific spots where they like to be petted; common areas are the base of the tail, under the chin or on the back of the neck where the collar hits.
Most dogs dislike being touched on top of the head and on the muzzle, ears, legs, paws and tail.
In dogs and cats, chips are usually inserted below the skin at the back of the neck between the shoulder blades on the dorsal midline.
According to one reference, continental European pets get the implant in the left side of the neck.
The chip can often be felt under the skin.
Where to get a puppy
- Consider adoption first.
- Find a responsible breeder and visit the premises.
- Don't get a puppy from a pet store.
- Don't believe promises that puppies are "home-raised" or "family-raised"
- Avoid the temptation to "rescue" a puppy mill dog by buying them.
- Do your part: Pledge to help stop puppy mills!
Here, there are five options for where to board your pet while you're away.
- Pet Sitting. Using a pet sitter is one way to fuse the personal with professional.
- In-Home Pet Boarding.
- Traditional Boarding (Dog Kennels/Catteries)
- Family Friend/Neighbor.
- Take Them Along.
Pet store puppies come from puppy mills.
Responsible breeders do not sell their puppies to pet stores because they want to meet their puppy buyers in person—and a majority of national breed clubs' Codes of Ethics prohibit or discourage their members from selling their dogs to pet stores.
The earliest known dog-like fossils come from Europe.
But DNA studies have implicated east Asia and the Middle East.
Now a large DNA study is lining up with the fossils, suggesting dogs originated in Europe some 19,000 to 32,000 years ago.
Americans With Disabilities cites that emotional support dogs or animals do not have the training to do specific tasks in assisting a person with disability or impairment, unlike service animals.
Hence, the pets may not be allowed to accompany their owner in public places ie.
restaurants, stores, hotels.