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The First Seven Weeks of Your Puppy’s Life

This is a very exciting time. A puppy will bring you lots of joy. The first seven weeks of a puppy’s life include a lot of change. If you think about it in our terms, your puppy will grow from a newborn to a toddler during these first weeks. You will likely not have much [...]

Weeks 8 Through 12 of Your Puppy’s Life

Two waggly ears, four furry paws, one cute little tail — yep, she’s definitely a puppy. Whether you choose a wiry Weimaraner or a perky Poodle, you’re about to witness playful abandon as you experience the world through a puppy’s enthusiastic eyes. Physical and Mental Development Welcome to kindergarten! From 8 to 12 weeks [...]

Weeks 13-16 of Your Puppy’s Life

Those big puppy-dog eyes, his soft, slobbery tongue. Let’s face it. Your new puppy is simply irresistible. These next few weeks together will be a time of joy and bonding. With a little preparation and patience, you will be able to offer your pet the best health care and help him safely explore his new [...]

Understanding Your Puppy at 4-6 Months

Your furry friend is growing up. In human years she would be between 6 and 10 years old, depending on her breed. And like her human counterparts, she’s playful, curious and perhaps even a little willful. Here’s what you can expect over the next few months. Physical and Mental Development By 5 months, your puppy’s [...]

Knowing Your Puppy at 7-9 Months

Your 7-month-old puppy is tearing up the playground. Now is the time to channel his energy into positive pursuits so he can be a loving companion for years to come. Here is what you need to know about the young adolescent in your home. Physical and Mental Development For many breeds, now is when your [...]

Puppy Teething 101: What to Watch Out For

Here are a few facts about puppy teeth: Puppies are born toothless and remain so for several weeks. The first baby teeth, the canines, emerge at 3 to 5 weeks of age, followed by the incisors at 4 to 6 Their premolars erupt around 5 to 6 weeks of age. Puppies do not have molars [...]

Teach Your Puppy to Play

A dog’s individual personality is often reflected in the type of play he prefers. These preferences can be breed-specific (Labradors and Golden Retrievers, for example, are bred to fetch), but often it comes down to the individual dog. While your puppy may express an early preference for certain types of play, his socialization period is [...]

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