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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Dog Tags: Finding Information About Your Downtrodden Dog



Being a rescue dog owner, you’ve probably spent a lot of time with the furry-friend you keep at home. Having had them since a very young age, you will understand their quirks, and will have a deep connection with the little rascal. Of course, though, a relationship like this can only go so far. In time, it is very natural for dog owners to want to learn more about their pet, especially if you rescued them. To help you out with this pursuit, this post will be exploring some of the best places to track down knowledge about the canine you saved.

Breeding healthy dogs isn’t an easy task, and it is illegal for people to do it without the right licensing in a lot of places. This makes it very likely that your pooch came from a professional who may have been in business for a long time, even if you found them on the streets. This means that finding the breeder can often be the key to learning about your dog. To achieve this goal, you may have to do a lot of research, but it will be well worth it. Most people will be happy to provide you with all of the information you can, though you may need to provide them with a date, and will have to accept it if their knowledge is a little bit limited or you can’t find them at all; this is just the first route, afterall.

If the first option fails, it will be time to take to the web, as this can be a remarkable tool when it comes to connecting you to other dog owners. With the right work on local social media groups and websites, you might be able to find someone else who adopted a dog from your puppy’s litter. Using the age, breed, and the location which you predict to be their birthplace, you can start to get to search around for connections to your dog. Of course, like the option above, this sort of a route can be a long shot, and you will have to be willing to walk away if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

Failing all of your research online, or if you simply want to go a little deeper, this last option is for those looking for true answers about their rescue dog. There are loads of companies out there which can provide you with a genetic profile for your pooch. Including information about their breed, lineage, and other important DNA history, this can teach you an incredible amount about your dog. You can see more here about this sort of product and to learn how much information it can give you about an animal. When you find a homeless dog, tracking down their origins can be almost impossible, and a scientific route may be the only one you have.

Hopefully, this post will inspire you to start looking into the background of your pooch. When you save a creature’s life and choose to look after it, you are taking on a lot of responsibility. To go along with this, most people won’t be happy with being clueless about their pet’s upbringing, and will want to get even a small slice of the picture.

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