Veterans - We Love Our Pets

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Selecting The Best Pet
Companion * Security * Protection

What It’s Like To Lose A Pet

The closest and most endearing feeling of love comes from our parents, children and our pets. Some even argue that order of relevance so I’ll leave that to your own discretion.

Going forward, you’ll get information pertaining to the best pets for veterans. Fire Fighters, Police Officers and Prison Guards might share many of the same feelings about their dogs, cats and birds. High stress professions come with different considerations when making a determination about who or what we can trust.

If you’re asking yourself why I didn’t mention exotic animals, there is a good reason. I don’t know a damn thing about exotic animals so I believe that I should stay in my lane. Let’s cover it in the order you’re personally concerned. See the bullet points below.

  • Companionship

  • Service Dogs

  • Personal Protection

  • Home Security

  • Make it a point to do your homework before selecting a pet. Consider your own level of patience and are you at home enough to spend time with your pet. Feeding your pet is not enough. Are you up to the task of providing either personal or professional training? Even professional training will require personal attention from you and many hours of homework for the best results. Pets are like children. They deserve lots of time and lots of love.