Don’t forget the essentials to make life easier and to make sure your new dog is happy and comfortable in their new home.
During the first days and months at home with your new dog, some things will come very naturally, others may not. To help you get off to a good start, we have put together this quick guide to make sure you know what to expect, and when.
Feeding Your Puppy
Feeding your puppy is about much more than just keeping hunger at bay. The food you give him will influence how strong, healthy and happy he becomes as an adult dog.
Some dogs have more sensitive skin than others. Sensitivity can be caused by different factors and need particular care while grooming.
Don’t get over whelmed with the number of products on offer, keep it simple as your puppy’s coat is sensitive. Carefully cleanse the coat without stripping natural oils.
All dog’s shed but regular grooming can help remove the dead hairs before they are shed and help prevent matts in your dog’s coat.
Curly & Wavy Coats
Two layers of short hair make this coat type very dense. Short coats are easy to maintain without the problem of matting, however maybe more prone to shedding.
Long & Straight Coats
Long and luscious locks require a little more TLC when it comes to grooming but with the right products and care you can keep your dog’s coat in top condition and cuddle ready.
Pet Proof Your Home
Before you welcome your dog into his new home it is important to make sure your house is puppy proof. This is not their natural habitat but with a few pet-proofing tips you can make this new environment safefor them.