Why is it important to look back or do a little character research before purchasing a pet? Perhaps you would also care about what will happen to your home after you leave them there by themselves.
For one, cats and dogs can be playful and sociable to their owners, your own guests, everyone. Some are good watchdogs and some are good as toy household pets. The other side of which people often neglect thinking is what happens if these pets are left home alone.
Most of the time, pets having no owners or fellow pets around the household develop a very destructive character. Expect your pets, unless well trained, to be possible home wreckers if attention is not that adequate. Perhaps one solution suggested by pet experts is to give your pet a company; a fellow breed or simply a fellow pet.
Cats and dogs need to spend time with owners in simple ways like a morning walk and other pet-owner bonding activities. When you're training or playing with them, use dog exercise pens or cat playpens to ensure their safety. If you’re planning to run down the pet shop near town, you might want to think first if you’ll be spending most of the time with your new pet or it will be just left behind like the rest of your furniture.