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Puppy Do’s and Don’ts

Puppy Do’s and Don’ts

Puppy DO’s Identify your puppy with a tag placed on a collar. Tattoos can also be used. I also recommend all puppies are microchipped. Take your pet to the vet for yearly checkups. Supply your puppy with clean, fresh water at each meal and throughout the day. Keep your young puppy indoors until they’re fully vaccinated.  […]

Bringing home puppy – Puppies First Car ride!

Bringing home puppy – Puppies First Car ride!

There are possible stresses involved for all puppies and dogs when they’re going to a new home. To be prepared is key. This is a very important time in your new puppy’s life and it is important to know how you can help make the transition as smooth as possible. The following information should help […]

Puppy Training – Tips for Multiple Puppies

Puppy Training – Tips for Multiple Puppies

I’ve been training multiple puppies for our families and let’s be honest this is very tough! They like each other so much it’s difficult to create a bond between you and each individual puppy. I found these tips to be to be useful and so I thought I would share… For some families, having two puppies can […]

Potty Training Schedule

Potty Training Schedule

Along with the many joys of a bringing home a new puppy, you also have the huge responsibility of potty training your pup. It is a process that will involve patience and understanding on your part, and can take anywhere from six months to a year. The videos collected on this page are some of […]

The Ultimate House Training Guide

The Ultimate House Training Guide

Had enough of picking up piles and soaking up stains? Of keeping constant watch over an unpredictable pup? Of returning home to that smell? Well, your carpet cleaning and odor killing days are numbered. Soon you’ll be able to focus on what really matters when it comes to dog ownership:companionship, NOT cleaning. The Ultimate House Training […]

A handful of puppy training tips..

A handful of puppy training tips..

A handful of puppy training tips.. New dog owners often have the same response after the first few weeks of intermittent sleep and random deposits on their floors when they get a new puppy:  “It’s like having a baby.”  In actuality, it’s like having a baby that can run. Raising a puppy is not easy, […]

Canine Parvovirus – Symptoms

Canine Parvovirus – Symptoms

Canine parvovirus is an acute, highly contagious disease of dogs that was first described in the early 1970s. The virus has a tendency to attack rapidly reproducing cells, such as those lining the gastrointestinal tract. For best results, patients should be hospitalized and placed on IV fluids, massive doses of antibiotics, anti-vomiting drugs, intravenous feeding and serum […]

Dog Crates and Puppy X-Pen Setups

Dog Crates and Puppy X-Pen Setups

Dog Crates and Puppy X-Pen Setups This page is dedicated to dog crates and x-pen setups for potty training your puppy and beyond. An X-Pen is a great option for families who work and don’t have someone to come let their puppy out of the crate every 3-4 hours during the potty training stage. This […]

Potty Training Tips

Potty Training Tips

Potty Training Tips Feed your puppy on a strict time schedule so you have a better idea of when they’ll need to go potty. Take your puppy directly to their designated potty place after they eat, sleep or play. Seclude your puppy. Don’t give them free reign of your home because that will just set […]

Puppy Proofing your House!

Puppy Proofing your House!

Puppy Proofing your House! Puppies are very destructive, fun-loving critters. Just accept that if an object is within a puppy’s reach, it is going to get chewed up. Puppies have a deep-set urge to chew on any and everything. So make the decision early on that the puppy will not have free range of your […]