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Causal browser of this sub, but I do plan to get a pup once I'm financially stable for a few years.
I really like the idea of adopting from a shelter. I like the idea of helping a dog in need, and the dogs being more genetically diverse make me feel better vs. woes of pure breed health conditions.
I've seen a few websites mention that shelter dogs are good for new owners, but I find that hard to believe. Is this true? I thought shelter dogs would harder to train because they haven't had a regular home environment and are set in their ways? How much should you expect to be able to train a shelter dog out of their bad habits vs. accept that they have some quirks you're just going to have to learn to live with? (Hyperactive, jumping, a little territorial, etc.)
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