Bringing home puppy

Prepare for the arrival of your new furry friend with these essential tips for bringing home a puppy. Learn how to create a welcoming environment and establish a strong bond with your new family member.
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Congratulations! You finally got the email from your breeder that your pup is ready to be picked up and adopted into his or her new home!But…You weren’t planning on getting that email for at least another month and a half and now baby is coming home in a week and you have nothing ready!What crate do I buy? Which is better: a collar or a harness? What kind of toys will be fun? Cue the stress.Fear not my friends, I’ve got you.While I’m sure you are willing to spend your entire life savings…

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Patty Wagener
So, don’t be tempted to let your puppy keep eating just because he seems hungry. Which he will, because Labrador puppies are always hungry! You have to ration out his food for him. You need to know how much your puppy needs to eat in a 24 hour period, and then divide that amount between at least 4 meals. Small Dogs, Labrador, Dog Supplies, Dog Grooming, Puppy Proofing, Dog Care, Dog Eating, Sleeping Puppies, Dog Stuff

So, don’t be tempted to let your puppy keep eating just because he seems hungry. Which he will, because Labrador puppies are always hungry! You have to ration out his food for him. You need to know how much your puppy needs to eat in a 24 hour period, and then divide that amount between at least 4 meals.

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