How Much Do Puppies Sleep? Here’s How to Make Sure Your Puppy is Getting Enough Sleep

Few things in life are more exciting than getting a new puppy but it can be hard to tell if your puppy is getting too much or too little sleep. Some dog owners may be concerned about how much their puppy seems to be sleep but don’t worry. It’s normal. The average eight-week-old puppy sleeps anywhere from 18 to 22 hours per day.
But what if your young puppy spends more time acting like a little tornado.

The Best Vaccination Schedule for Puppies - All You Need to Know

The Best Vaccination Schedule for Puppies – All You Need to Know

Before we begin this article, you must know that there is not a single best solution for vaccinating your pup. There are many different views on when is best to vaccinate, and we’re not going to say that any of them are wrong. However, if you are looking for advice on what we consider to be the best vaccination schedule for puppies, we will provide it in this article.
Getting a new puppy can be confusing, especially when it comes to vaccinations.

Newborn Puppy Care: 5 Things You Need to Know

Ask all pet owners who have taken care of a newborn puppy and they will say the same thing: it takes a lot of work. Most people have never had the experience of caring for a newborn puppy because, in most cases, you don’t adopt a puppy until it is several weeks old. Any care for newborn puppies is limited to those who are responsible for the mother that gave birth to a litter or someone who accidentally inherited the responsibility of intensive care for newborn puppies.

What to Buy for a New Puppy: Top 10 Puppy Essentials

There’s a lot to learn before you bring a puppy home and there’s also a number of essential puppy items you’ll need on hand to ensure your pup is happy and healthy in his new home. The first few weeks and months a puppy is in your home are important when it comes to establishing ground rules and ensuring he is protected and well-behaved.

Bringing Home a New Puppy

Bringing Home a New Puppy: Tips and Checklist

Bringing home a new puppy is exciting and life changing. There is a breed to fit every lifestyle whether you are active, sedentary or simply enjoy some companionship in your day to day activities. However, bringing a new puppy home means there will be some things you need to know as you get ready to have a new canine friend in your life.
Where you get a puppy can affect what you need for their arrival


Feeding Your Puppy: Everything You Should Know

Bringing a young puppy home is one of the best feelings in the world. Regardless of the dog in which they will grow up into, they begin as an adorable fur ball that is always looking at you with admiration and love. As is with all the best things in life, having a puppy is not as easy as it sounds. Feeding your puppy correctly, as well as housetraining it, and teaching it some commands is essential for the best development of your canine companion.

5 Awesome Puppy Care Tips

5 Awesome Puppy Care Tips

Owning a puppy is one of life’s little pleasures. However, the reality of having a puppy is far different from what mass media would tell you, as every sweet moment of cuddles and puppy kisses is matched by a difficult time of cleaning after the puppy and fearing for its well-being. Your head is probably filled with a lot of fantasies of adorable fun-filled moments playing fetch at the park and taking long walks around the neighborhood.

Best Puppy Pads

Best Puppy Pads

Puppy pads are indispensable for pet parents when house training a puppy, but these pads have many other uses, too. If you live in an apartment and it’s not always easy to get outside with your dogs or if you have to leave your pet alone for a few hours, puppy pads help ensure dogs don’t make huge messes.
These absorbent training pads are great for older dogs suffering from urinary incontinence or when your dog is getting sick


Puppy Flea Treatment – Best Practices

Puppy-flea-treatment; image by Rayaah/flickr.comIf you have a new pup in your life, the time to think about puppy flea treatment is now! Flea bites cause puppies all kinds of problems. Flea allergy dermatitis is the most common skin ailment for dogs.

Every time a flea bites, it leaves behind saliva that irritates the bite, often causing an allergic reaction. The resulting dermatitis is very uncomfortable for your little dog and can lead to infection…

Fleas can bite dozens of times an hour or more, they feed on a tiny bit of blood with every bite, so puppies can become anemic with a large enough infestation. These bugs also spread nasty parasites, including one variety of tapeworm. Luckily, with proper care, fleas won’t be a bother. You just have to know what to do.

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