Tips for caring for your new puppy

Tips for caring for your new puppy

The arrival of a puppy home is a place full of life and happiness time. For that reason, should not prevail anxiety and hesitation about how to do the best for the increase of the puppy. Everyone must know that a new member is coming therefore it is recommended to assign everyday jobs to unlike members of the family for care.  Prepare a place for the puppy where he can find his bed to rest when required. This place must always be protected from inclement weather.

Set and teaches the puppy the place to relieve himself. This process is not as fast as we would like and this must be done with endurance and dedication. Keep fresh, clean water existing and toys suitable for their size. So have enjoyment with their toys and not with household furniture. Take it to the vet to monitor your health and set its plan of vaccines that may vary by section of the country where you are. Deforming is essential as directed by the veterinarian for one disease can affect the health of the whole family. Preserves and have on hand the vaccination card as this document is key to remember the dates on which it must get to the vet for the respective medical monitoring.

Tips for caring for your new puppy

 Food: It is recommended to choose the best food depending on age lifestyle and race. So keep in mind that little dogs need food for puppies up to 12 months, average dogs up to 15 months and large dogs up to 18 months as growth takes longer. The meal frequency should be 3 times a day between 2 and 8 months always at the same times and should be left for 20 minutes to get used to not eat all day. From 8 months you can start giving food 2 times a day and the recommended age adults make the transition.

At least 3 times a week for 20 min and supplemented with brief exits this routine. Do not do long walks puppies because they tire more with no trouble and do not run immediately after eating because this could cause digestive troubles. It is advisable to bathe once a month. Use special soap and warm water dog shampoo or to protect their delicate hair. If your dog has long hair comb it every three days so that he is not entangled and if you have short hair combing once a week may be enough.