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How do you convince your parents to buy you a pomeranian?

How do you convince your parents to buy you a pomeranian? Topic: How to write research review paper
June 19, 2019 / By Spirit
Question: i asked my parents for a pomeranian,they said no.i asked them if I could shave the fur off,they still said no.How do i convince them that i could get one?
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Oswald Oswald | 8 days ago
Is it that your parents do not want a dog, or this type of dog? Based on what you wrote I assume they don't like the fur on the breed. Is there a reason? Try to get to the root issue, for instance is it allergies? Is it the cost? Is it that they don't trust you to take care of it? Once you discover the key issue, try to figure out ways to overcome it. For instance, why should they pay for a dog for you? Can you earn your own money to buy it? If it is that they don't think you will take care of it, ask yourself, are you doing your chores when you are suppose to without being asked. Also, why don't you do research on the breed. Show your parents that you know what you are getting into. Are they loud or quiet dogs? How active are they? Are they jumpers? How much stimulation do they need. Write a paper, have a vet review it for accuracy and then share it with the folks. That may gain you a few points. Good luck!
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Oswald Originally Answered: How do you convince your parents to buy you a pomeranian?
Is it that your parents do not want a dog, or this type of dog? Based on what you wrote I assume they don't like the fur on the breed. Is there a reason? Try to get to the root issue, for instance is it allergies? Is it the cost? Is it that they don't trust you to take care of it? Once you discover the key issue, try to figure out ways to overcome it. For instance, why should they pay for a dog for you? Can you earn your own money to buy it? If it is that they don't think you will take care of it, ask yourself, are you doing your chores when you are suppose to without being asked. Also, why don't you do research on the breed. Show your parents that you know what you are getting into. Are they loud or quiet dogs? How active are they? Are they jumpers? How much stimulation do they need. Write a paper, have a vet review it for accuracy and then share it with the folks. That may gain you a few points. Good luck!

Leroy Leroy
Tell them how badly you want a dog and that you are willing to meet them half way. A Pomeranian, though some hard work, has a lot less hair compared to bigger dogs. Since they are short they can't reach the counters and take food off of plates. And that it would give you a load of experience in responsibility! That doesn't always work, but I hope it helps you some. Dogs are great creatures and I'm sure there is a Pomeranian that is in need of a good home, that you could provide, and is just waiting!
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James James
There's no surefire way to do it. If you promise to take care of it, pay for it, etc. and sign a written contract stating you'll do these things, then they may be more persuaded. If you address the problems they see with it (for example, if they think poms are too yappy, demonstrate that you'll train your dog not to bark at everything), this will also help your case. If they're not budging on it, there's no way to persuade them, though. You could always wait 'til you have a happy home of your own and then get your dream dog - it's what I had to do.
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Fowke Fowke
Are you ready for the responsibility of owning a dog? It's a big commitment of time and money. And a Pomeranian can be a real handful. (I know we have one.) They are very strong-willed, difficult to discipline, and their barking can drive you INSANE. We love ours , but BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR, and consider another breed that is easier to manage. By the way, they don't shed much more than other dogs, and we almost never brush ours,and his coat is fine. Please do not shave your Pomeranian if you get one, because the coat never grows back properly if you do. (Unless you live in a hot environment, in which case it might be better for the dog. They are VERY prone to heat stroke.)
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Daw Daw
Why don't you go to petfinder.com - find a cute dog- maybe there's a Pomeranian in your area or maybe some kinda mix, or maybe just a cute mutt. Tell your parents you want to save the dog and it needs a home and it may be older, already trained, etc. It will be cheaper for them also.
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Baptist Baptist
Pomeranian are smart dogs. You can get some more information about them online, Just tell you parents about all the hightlighted/good things about pomeranians and relate to your everyday life. It will at least make them think about reconsidering it.
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Yannic Yannic
Well try an act responsible for a few weeks. Like pick up your room and around the house without being told. Be in by curfew and that kinda stuff. Then ask again. Show them that you can be trusted to have your own animal and pick up after and that kinda stuff then they might change there minds.
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Yannic Originally Answered: How to convince my parents we need another dog?
Well, I'm sixteen and I have my own dog, my parents have 2 dogs and a cat. I didn't really have to convince my parents because the argument that I gave them and the reasons that I did just seemed to make sense. Since you don't know what breed it's going to be it will probably be pretty hard to convince your parents why you should be allowed to get a dog (I was allowed to get my dog, Bartley, because he's a cocker spaniel which is a smaller breed of dog.) Since you already have two it violates some city/town bilaws to have more than that amount of dogs in one house so check that out first. I did a lot of research before I got my dog, probably a good 20 hours worth. I didn't stick with the first dog breed that I saw either (and since you have to take care of it that may be important to you.) I paid for him all by myself, and I pay for all his vet and feeding bills. He cost $1005.00 dollars, everymonth for food is probably about $45.00 and each vert bill is about $100.00 (except when he sprained his leg, that one was $400.00). When you are getting a third dog FOR YOURSELF its a lot more responsibility then you would think. I dedicate a good hour and a half each night to Bartley and I'm really busy with all University set school, club sports, and a job. I think that it would be amazing if you could get another dog, because it really has paid off for me, but once you move out are you planning on taking the puppy with you? There's more that just the short term to consider.

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