For some people their source of happiness is to have a cuddly puppy in their hands, taking care of them until they grow big and strong. The moment that you take care of a new puppy is a very memorable moment for you and also your dog. It’ll shape on how your new puppy will act depending on how you treat them, and it also will impact on your daily routine. If you got a new puppy from buying or adopting, there are some things that you should know on taking care of a puppy, so make sure to read this article as we’ve prepared it just for you new puppy owners.
Make sure that you have all the tools and equipment to take care of your dog. The essentials would be a leash, plates, brush, dog shampoo, and perhaps some toys. If you’re planning to keep your dog outside your house, using a dog house for your pup is a good way to keep it warm. These tools might cost you some money, but in the long run, it’ll make your life so much easier when you’re going to take care of your dog.
Visit the Vet
If you don’t know it yet, the vet can be your life savior for your puppy. You can consult regarding how to take care of your dogs, and at the same time when you feel like there’s something wrong with your lovely pup, you can always visit them. A tip from us is to look for vets that specializes in taking care of dogs. Again, going to the vet might cost you some money, but prevention is much better than cure, right?
A new puppy won’t understand where they’re allowed to pee and do their business, and this is where potty training comes in handy. A simple way to give potty training to your puppy is to take them outside whenever they want to do their business and reward them with a dog snacks if they can go out and do their business by themselves. Be patient as it can be quite frustrating to train them.
Now that you’ve taken care of the essential parts of having a puppy, it’s time to get to the fun part which is giving them attention. Since they’re still a puppy, they’ll be clinging to you, and this is the perfect time to shower them with love, and also walks. Remember that they’re still a puppy so don’t over exhaust them.