Puppy Care

The word “puppy” is enough to make most people smile. How can you resist such a tiny little furball with large gleaming eyes and an always wagging tail? Puppy Care is our section for everything related to puppies and growing dogs – packed with relevant information and fun facts.

Bringing a new puppy home will inevitably change many things about your previous routine. The best thing you can do is to prepare for what is to come. The puppy will need to be fed on specific times and taught to do its business outside or in a designated area.

Your pup will need forgiveness when it chews up your favorite book, and it will require almost constant supervision in the beginning. Puppies need structure, plenty of patience and a happy and positive attitude, as it helps them grow up into joyful, friendly and well-adjusted dogs.

These are some of the topics you can read about in this section:
+ Best dog food for growing puppies.
+ Suitable dog toys for puppies.
+ How to prepare for a puppy.
+ Known puppy illnesses.

…And much more. You may think you are prepared for a puppy, but most of us will eventually find ourselves with questions and worries. Any medical concern for your puppy should be brought up with a veterinarian. Our articles are meant to guide you through the rest and to provide you with some useful facts.

Puppy Care Related Articles

All of this can be overwhelming for a first-time dog owner. It can also be difficult for those who haven’t had a puppy in a while. Having a place to turn to for information, confirmation, and reaffirmation can make it easier to get through all the different stages with your puppy. Our Puppy Care section is filled with articles to help create a solid foundation for your upcoming life with a dog. Puppyhood is challenging, but it is also the perfect time to start training and teaching new things.

About Our Puppy Care Articles:

A puppy will test your patience and possibly even make you question your decision to become a dog owner. However, all that hard work will be worth it, because what you get out of it is a life-long friend. By preparing yourself already before the puppy moves in, you will know what to do when a situation occurs. All the articles in this section are based on research, and we believe in the use of positive reinforcement methods when working with a young puppy.