New puppies require specialized care. Feeding, training, socialization, and veterinary care are just a few of the things which are essential to caring for the new puppy.
Socialization of puppies is critical from 4-12 weeks of age. Time and effort are needed to help establish a happy and emotionally secure puppy.
Having a dog door and training a puppy to go outside to use the bathroom can be difficult. Dog training pads and litter boxes can make training a puppy much easier.
House training your dog to use a litter box indoors has advantages and disadvantages. Whether litter pan or patio style, the right choice is important.
Puppies can be very demanding, although it is great to see them develop, while adult dogs are less time-consuming but may take longer to bond.
You’ve decided on the breed. Now it’s time to choose a puppy. Picking the best puppy out of a litter of healthy, roly-poly, cuties depends on what “best” means to you.
A dog with a good temperament is something all potential dog owners hope to own one day. The secret recipe for such a dog starts with careful breedings.
Puppies go though some critical stages in their life when they are a few months old. Understanding these stages is important for breeders and new owners.
The combined skills of a behavioral specialist, veterinarian and dog trainer used in a multidisciplinary approach may be needed for this canine disorder.
When an owner finds his dog unable to stand, head tilting to one side and disoriented he may assume the dog has had a stroke. But Vestibular Syndrome is more likely.