Training your puppy early is one of the most important things you can do for your them. As a puppy owner, it is your responsibility to ensure your puppy will be able to thrive in the dog and human world. Not only does it help you build a strong relationship with your puppy, but it […]
As a puppy parent, you may be wondering “What are the signs of over exercising a puppy?”, and more importantly, what actions you should take if that happens. After all, as a human being you probably know when you’ve exercised too much, but it may be harder to tell with your puppy. As a dog […]
Walking your dog is a key part of being a dog parent but knowing the best time to walk your dog might be something you may not have thought about or even considered. Going on walks with your dog is a great way to get exercise and keep you both healthy. Furthermore, going on walks […]
***There are Affiliate Links in this Blog Post*** When leaving a puppy alone at home for the first time, one can get so stressed about the whole situation. You go back and forth as to whether you should do it or wonder if you can. The reality is leaving a puppy alone at home for […]
Having a puppy in your life means getting to have all that time to build that special bond and help him/her get used to your routine. Another important area you may thinking about when it comes to your puppy is playtime with puppy. with your puppy. That can be a tricky area particularly if you’re […]
Having a puppy can be like going on a roller coaster ride; you love those puppy eyes, and cute puppy kisses that melt your heart. And then there’s your chewed-up slippers, sofa, anything those puppy teeth can get a hold of, including your poor hands, that makes you ask the question, “When do puppies stop […]
Walking your dog is a routine you do everyday. Grabbing a leash, collar, harness, and poop bags to make sure your dog pees and poops is your many prayers. Getting your supplies ready may be the easy part of your walk if each time you go out unexpected stressful things happen. The reactions and actions you do may not be helping.
Bringing a puppy into your home feels amazing. Having the chance to develop that special relationship from day one is your goal. Part of getting to know one another and helping your puppy get use to the human world is another area that has to be worked on especially in your house.
Once the decision to buy or adopt a puppy has been made, then comes how to get your life and house ready for it. You do not have to go overboard with everything because you do not know how your puppy is going to react to things. Keeping things simple with what you buy and getting information from the person or organization where you will pick up your puppy is important