Caring for your puppy Samoyed

Samoyeds puppies are known for their fluffy white fur and piercing dark eyes. However, there could be some other features that you do not know about this popular breed. For example, do you know how often you need to brush your Samoyed or how to make sure your Samoyed obey your orders? Although some of the care they require Samoyed puppies is typical of every race, there are other aspects that are unique only to the Samoyed. Fortunately, caring for this breed does not take more than patience, persistence and love.

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Instructions

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Check your skin daily to find Samoyed fleas or small black spots left by fleas, flea dirt calls. Also, check your puppy’s skin for ticks. The Samoyed dogs have extremely thick coats that can easily hide these types of parasites.

 

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Brush your Samoyed at least once a day. Use a smoothing brush to brush your puppy, starting with his head and down from the back towards the tail. Also brush head and tail. Pay special attention to areas behind the dog’s ears and elbows, stomach and the back to avoid mats. Accustom your Samoyed process brushed while puppy is fortunately avoided any protest as an adult.

 
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Brush your puppy Samoyed at least once a month. Due to the thick fur that has the Samoyed is useful shave his belly, genital and anal areas to avoid entanglements, and urine and feces on the skin. In addition, cut nails and clean their ears puppy once a month, and BANALE shampoo for puppies.

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Assert your dominance over your Samoyed puppy while young. Samoyed puppies are very smart and usually have their own minds. Because of this, they are sometimes difficult to train, says the website of Dog Owner’s Guide. Show your Samoyed’re in charge probably help you obey. Go through the door ahead of your puppy and always keep him on a short leash with you during walks. In addition, subject food to your puppy before you eat and always make him wait for your permission to start eating.

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Walk your Samoyed daily. However, avoid too much exercise to do. The Northern Samoyed Society suggests letting your puppy Samoyed stop when I want to. Ask your puppy do too much exercise can cause damage to their physical development.

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Take your samoyed to vet for tests and vaccines. The doctor will also prescribe heartworm and flea and tick preventative, that must be the puppy as soon as possible.