Adjusting a puppy to their new home
Just about everyone loves an adorable puppy. What’s not to love, right? When you try to go to sleep, or you are woken in the middle of the night by the lonesome howls of that adorable creature, however, you may feel differently. Dogs are pack animals. They don’t like to be alone. If you’ve ever been around litters of puppies, you’ve probably seen how they pile on top of each other when it is time to sleep. Read more….
Puppy proof your home
Puppy Proofing Your Home. Playful and intelligent puppies investigate objects by touching, chewing and tasting them. Growing puppies love to explore, but need protection from household items that are dangerous if swallowed. Read more….
What are the best toys for your dog?
The best toys for your dog will depend on a number of factors such as the age, size, strength, breed, and personality of your dog. It will also depend on what you want the toy for, such as to entertain your dog while you are at work, to play together with at home or something fun for when you are out at the park or beach. Read more….
Being a good neighbour
Before your new puppy comes home, it is a good idea to let your neighbours know that you will have a new dog at home. It is important to let them know that the dog is expected to make a bit of noise during her first night home as she will be away from her mum and litter mates for the first night in her life. Most pups will settle down within an hour…. Read more….
One dog or two?
Bringing a new puppy into the household is a responsibility, with a significant investment in time and money. For this reason, many people balk at the idea of buying a second dog. Yet many others consider getting a second puppy to be a great idea and many and many owners of two or more dogs will tell you that having more than one dog is both better and easier for … Read more….