Instructions on how to care for puppies simple and effective

Please refer to the following basic guidelines to bring the best for your dog offline.


1. Choose healthy puppies to feed

Everyone who buys a dog should pay attention, should only buy puppies from 2 to 2.5 months of age or older, thus ensuring the minimum physical strength when we take care. It is best to buy a dog owned by a mother with a mother dog at home, or directly imported to a clear background.

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2. Prepare a thorough shelter for puppies

Puppy accommodation needs to be cool, warm, and have enough light, so you can sunbathe in the morning from 9-11h.

Puppy’s accommodation must have a fixed sleeping and hygienic place. Take away any chewable and swallowed puppies: plastic, iron, glass, etc., especially stay away from wires and electrical appliances, gas stoves, explosives, chemicals, and poisonous plants. Avoid putting puppies in high positions: windows, balconies, stairs easy to fall. Dogs should not be conditioned and located in front of the fans, as they can easily get cold.

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3. How to bathe the puppy right?

When you just bought the dog you should not bathe your dog with water immediately, if you find that the dog can use dry shower powder. Because if you bathe right away, puppies are very likely to get pneumonia and then develop dangerous infectious diseases.

 Dogs can be bathed with warm water, so use dog soap to prevent ticks sold at supermarkets. Dry, dry immediately after bathing. Do not put water in dog ears. Use a clean cotton swab to clean the ear after a shower to prevent ear rot.

When should you not bathe your dog?

– When the weather is too cold, the North in the winter on cold days, the temperature drops below 18 degrees C.

– Puppy is nursing or has just separated from the mother.

– The dog is sick or shows signs of being sick.

– Newly acquired dogs

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4. Diet for puppies

Puppies from 2 months to 6 months of age are fed 3 meals a day, divided equally throughout the day. Meals need a certain amount of time for the dog to digest his food. It is not necessarily that the person who feeds the dog at that time will not be reasonable in time.

Diets must be full of nutrients and energy: Protein, fat, starch, minerals and vitamins from natural foods. Do not abuse drugs, or synthetic foods. Be very careful not to overeat milk, fish, and fat.

Food must be cooked and diluted like porridge, do not give dry food is not good. How much is determined by the size of the dog, large or small, is estimated because it is not specific.