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A Guide to Puppy Socialization

Puppy Training Tips: A Guide to Puppy Socialization

A complete guide and tips to help your puppy become a happy well socialized dog.  New puppy owners need to understand dogs have a different way of socializing than people.  Puppies heavily rely on smell, body language and certain vocalizations. They can be as young as one week old when they begin to socialize. The puppy socialisation period is before 16 weeks of age, with the puppy socialization window closing around 4 months for most pups. … Read more…

Daily Dog Schedule and Best Feeding Schedule for Dogs

Most of us prefer to use a scheduling tool to help organise our crazy lives. By using a planning tool, we set a routine so all the necessary tasks are accomplished, whether big or small. While dogs have no need for a diary to help them remember to collect the washing or go to Little League, they still gain benefits from a regular daily dog schedule that includes a best feeding schedule for dogs, playtimes … Read more…

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Canine Worms

Dogs often become infected with worms. Intestinal parasites can cause major health issues for your dog or puppy. Roundworm infestation is very common in puppies. Tapeworms are usually suspected of infecting your dog when infestations of fleas are a problem. You can see evidence of tapeworm without using a microscope. There are other types of worms that can’t be detected by the naked eye, including whipworm and hookworms. It’s vital the type and any presence of intestinal parasites … Read more…

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Diarrhoea Is A Common Ailment Faced By Puppies

One common health problem in young puppies is diarrhoea. It may be a mild bout or a severe bout that indicates further, more serious issues. Diarrhoea in young puppies can be caused by a number of different things including: Stress. Dietary changes. Eating something they shouldn’t. Parasites or worms. Viral infection. If your puppy has diarrhoea it’s critical that you keep a close eye on him because young puppies can become seriously ill faster than … Read more…