Bringing Home New Puppy

By:- Everyday PETS
May 7, 2020
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Congratulations!  Bringing home a new puppy is exciting and life-changing for you and your family.

All the love, the cuteness, the kisses.  It’s easy to fall into a puppy love honeymoon!

Keep in mind…puppies have much to learn. And, they will learn it all from you. Try to be patient and consistent in your training.

Communication works fast when everyone commits to the same language, sit down with family and use the same list of words that everybody will use, for example, use up, down this will help your puppy and also everybody else involved in raising a puppy, such as dog walkers and pet sitters.

Buy your puppy items before you bring home your puppy, so you can more focus on your new family member.

Puppy necessities include; bowls for food and water, crib, chew toys, brush, bed, collar, id tags, bio deodorizer spray, and premium puppy food for small breeds and large breeds.

Ask those who assisted you in the adoption of your puppy about his/her diet and feeding schedule.

Be sure to store household chemicals, plants, and breakable items away from the puppy’s designated area.

Set up the crib in a quiet area, tape down electrical.

Always remember to give rewards for good behavior.

Puppies are usually brought home for about 8 weeks. Take your puppy outside regularly, schedule a veterinary exam within a few days after bringing the puppy home for checkup and vaccination, don’ t forget to bring your puppy’s documents.

Wishing you and your new puppy many fabulous, healthy years together..

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