I Am Adopting An Aussie Pup But I'm Worried That Our Family's Lifestyle Will Be To Different For Him
I am adopting an Aussie pup that is 2 months old but I'm worried that our family's lifestyle will be too different for him. He is being raised on a farm where he runs free, they don't use crates and he sleeps together with his mom, dad and siblings in the middle of the living room on a blanket.
This is totally different from what his life would be like with us. I have 5 children ages 7-14 and while they are energetic and will play with him and I will also exercise him daily for about an hour.
My worry is in the lifestyle he is used to. He doesn't know what a crate is and I am worried it will traumatize him. We also don't have a farm with livestock, we have a medium size yard but will utilize the large park we have here. He will also be taken away from everyone he has come to love. I am picking him up on Sunday and I can't wait!
Will this drastic change cause problems for him? All I want is the best for him!