My son gave me a dog for Christmas, but I don't have him yet. I can pick one out at the local pound. We have two cats (my granddaughters) but they have trouble with English. At least a dog can learn "sit", "roll-over", "fetch", etc. Does having a pet help after losing someone? I live in a Townhouse, with a small patio area for a back yard. What is a good indoor dog? I don't want a yappy dog that barks every time someone rings the doorbell.
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