Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Pet for Companionship

If you are simply looking for companionship, then you need only to choose a furry individual that strikes your fancy. Both purebreds and those of "questionable ancestry” can make great pets, and the decision concerning genetic purity is entirely up to you. If you choose to go the purebred route, expect to pay more up front for your purchase. In addition, you run greater risk of facing genetic disorders inherent to that particular breed. Being very cautious and prudent in your selection process can minimize this risk.

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