How To To Take Care Of A Puppy

We are going to talk about what to do when you bring home your new puppy, we'll cover everything from supplies and preparation steps to the car ride home ,the first few days how to introduce him or her to your family and more before you bring your puppy home prepare yourself with the following supplies ,premium puppy food to get your new puppy off to a good

Take care of a Puppy

Husky puppy

start, stainless steel non tip food and water, bowls identification tags with your puppy's name and your contact information a color and a leather or, nylon 6 foot leash that's 1/2 to 3/4 inches wide stain remover for accidents,brushes and combs suited to your puppy's coat dog shampoo toothbrush and toothpaste high-quality safe chew toys, to ease teething flea tick

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Pug puppy

and parasite controls nail clippers a room or at least a place he can call his own like a cage or a crate that will fit his adult size and of course, treats once you have the supplies it's time to puppy proof your home raising a puppy is a lot like raising small children they get into everything some of what they get into, can be hazardous to their health so start preparing for

Take care of a Puppy

Golden Retriever

your puppy's, arrival long before the actual date, you'll thank yourself later a helpful tip get down on your hands and knees to view the world like your puppy will it, may help you to find things that you wouldn't have seen otherwise electrical, wires small objects hidden under couches, and chairs that could be swallowed or hiding spaces where a small pup could, get

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German shepherd puppy

stuck there are sprays that can be applied to furniture legs woodwork and other movable items to help deter your, puppy from chewing on things you don't,want him to chew on are their rooms your puppy, should be restricted from entering, until he's better trained and more, reliable if so install a baby gate or, keep the doors to those rooms closed until your puppy

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Dachshund puppy

matures exercise pens,are excellent for you 1 your home but,busy or unable to fully dedicate, yourself just supervising your young pup, if you're about to make dinner for example rather than creating your dog or locking him in a puppy proof room alone, set up an exercise pen in the kitchen with you this will allow them to get used to being around your family's, routines

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Poodle puppy

while also staying out, the way it will also allow him to feel, like he's part of the family, once your house is ready it's time to, bring your new family member home you wanted to do your best at keeping this, from being overly stressful experience for your puppy so it may not be the best, idea to bring the whole family, especially if you have excited young, kids also keep in

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Boxer puppy

mind that the, vibration sound and the movements of, your car can be very scary for a young pup and make them nervous, on the first trip home it's ok to have a passenger hold your puppy in a soft blanket or towel on their lap after the, first trip home you should begin using a crate to travel for both the dog and the, other passengers safety in the car try purchasing a

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Pomeranian puppy

dog seat belt is, specifically designed to restrain and protect your companion in case of an accident the ideal time to bring home a, new puppy is when the house is quiet,do your best to minimize the number of,visitors stopping by the first few days, so you can establish a daily routine by, following these steps step 1 before bringing him in the house take him to,the area in

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Puppy bull terrier

your yard that will serve as, his potty and spend a few minutes there, if he goes praise Him if not proceed, into the house but be sure to take him to this spot each time he needs to go to, the bathroom step 2 take him to the room, which will serve as his new den and if,using one set up is great put bedding and chew toys in the room and let him, investigate if you choose or

Take care of a Puppy

Teacup Yorkie Puppy

urinate on his bedding permanently remove it ,understand that the young puppy is not, like an adult dog treat him with, patience and constant supervision the, way you interact with your puppy at this, age is critical to a socialization use these tips 1 you should spend a little, extra time with your new puppy on his first day home but you want to acclimate, them to your

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Chihuahua puppy

regular routine quickly if necessary hire a dog walker or ask a, neighbor to come take him out at regular intervals during this training period and going forward as your pup grows up,to supervise your puppy at all times and interact with him regularly, 3 be alert for signs sniffing and circling that he has to go to the, bathroom then take him out immediately 4 establish

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Akita Puppy

your routine a young puppy, has no bladder control and will need to urinate immediately after eating drinking sleeping or playing at night he'll need to relieve himself, at least every three hours five don't punish an accident never push his nose in the waist or scold him he won't, understand and may learn to go to the, bathroom when you're out of sight six praise your

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Chocolate lab puppy

puppy every time he goes to, the bathroom outside seven feed your puppy a formula designed for puppies, like a baby he needs nutritious highly digestible, food eight has a contact info of your local veterinary office readily, available in case of an emergency for those with children another extremely, important part of bringing home your new puppy is making sure your kids know how, and how not to handle a young dog if your children are young or aren't, familiar with how to handle puppies you, need to spend some time with them during, these first few

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Border collie puppy

days explaining, common-sense rules on how to play with, the puppy for example tell them that, dogs have sensitive hearing so it's, important not to shriek or yell puppies, in particular need a lot of rest just, like a growing child living puppy, children play sessions - 15 to 30 minute,periods - three times a day you need to, keep an eye on a puppy an excited puppy, can be strong when he jumps and play, bites which can be too rough for young, children always supervise interaction, and separate them if plays too rough if, you have other pets you'll also need to, spend some time getting them used to, having each other around at first it's, best to keep resident pets separated, from your new puppy but only for a few days after that time let pet's smell and touch each other through a slightly open, door do this several times over the next, few days, after that give the resident pet access to the den area with your new puppy, supervise their meeting and go back to, through the door meetings if trouble arises exercise pens can also help old, and new pets get used to each other's, presence in a restricted and safe manner, lastly what you'll need to do is get the puppy into a veterinarian for an initial, puppy examination to make sure he's in perfect health