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    Unless your children are older, and you feel like having another dependent in the house, I wouldn't recommend a dog. Ours is constant work that I feel like I never have time or energy for, as my family is still very young (and growing). They really are another child with many constant needs.

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    We have 4 kids aged 3, 5, 7 and 11 and 2 dogs a golden retriever and a jack Russell. We also have 2 bearded dragons.

    Our pets are so low maintenance and I love how the kids interact with them. No they don't walked every day but the kids play ball in our yard with them and we have a huge house and yard for them to play in.

    They are 5 and 4 years old now.

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    We have 2 dogs large breeds and they get walked every second day as I can't walk them together (they attack each other) for 1.5hours. We also live on a large block and they play and run together daily. Some breeds of dogs don't need long walks only 30 mins a day.


 

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