Want to Get a Dog? Here Are the Best Places to Find Them

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A 1950s-era stand best known for Italian beef and Italian breaded steak, it's not surprisingly a place making a pretty good dog, too. Whatever you get, it’s all just to lay down a base for the excellent milkshakes, anyway.
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If you are uncertain how one (or both) of the dogs will react, be cautious. First, plan to have the dogs meet on neutral ground. Choose a place where neither dog is likely to feel territorial. Even your dog’s favorite park is not a good spot, unless it is a dog park (since dogs are often used to meeting other dogs there). If you are adopting a dog from a shelter, ask the staff if they can help to introduce the dogs. If your dog is accustomed to meeting dogs at a pet supply store like PetSmart or Petco, you can ask the store’s trainer to help with the introduction. The dogs could casually meet while you are on a shopping trip. If either dog has a history of difficulty getting along with other dogs, the best strategy would be to hire a certified professional behavior consultant to help you gradually introduce the two dogs to each other. BEST PLACE TO GET A WILD (OR TAME) DOG
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Be creative! There are many ways to socialize your puppy other than the places listed above. The end goal is a dog who assumes the best when she meets new people, new dogs, and new places. Get the whole family involved, and use the puppy as a way to get out and discover what makes your town unique.The question must be asked: does the world need another list of the best Chicago hot dogs? Every month or so, a national publication swoops in and publishes a list of "the best" Chicago dogs. Some take the time to visit a few places, but I often wonder if the writers actually took a single bite. What I find most annoying is that few take the time to explain why a particular hot dog is actually deserves a spot on the list. Often you just get anecdotes about decorations (Superdawg) and verbally abusive workers (Wiener Circle). Sometimes the hot dog isn't even mentioned. But where do you go to find your next best friend? There are a lot of places locally, but some are difficult to discover. Also, if you do not have an idea of what kind you want, it may be difficult to find that perfect dog. That’s where websites come in handy. They help you sift through the Internet looking for the perfect puppy and where you can get it. In this article we will cover ten different puppy find websites, and I’ll also offer some advice that you should follow when looking for a new puppy.So, you want to get a dog. But where to start, you may ask. There are numerous ways to find the perfect dog, but the first step in the process is research. Not only do you want to find the best place to buy that bundle of joy, but you want to uncover what breed or collection of breeds -- in the case of a mixed breed -- is best for you and your lifestyle. (You might want to read more about the different breeds and take our breed selector quiz in the Dog Breed Directory.)You may not think big cities are the best places for dogs because factors like smog, small living spaces and the lack of grass come to mind. But actually, some metropolises have lots to offer our four-legged friends. Don't believe us? Estately took in account things like weather, walkability, the amount of dog parks and the availability of good pet care when they put together their list of What does bacon-topped mac & cheese and Fruit Loops cereal have in common? They're both placed on top of a hot dog together at Gordon Square's Happy Dog, where the American wiener takes center stage. They take toppings seriously, or maybe not so seriously, with specials like The Mobile Home-wrecker (white BBQ sauce, onions, bourbon-baked beans, fries and cheddar cheese). Intrepid (or sane) customers can choose to construct their own from an intimidating list of toppings, including kim chee pickles, "everything bagel" cream cheese and fried eggs. Veggie dogs are on offer, but that's kind of not the point. Tater tots and fries also come with an impressive array of sauce options, best washed down with any of the 20 beers on tap.