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A new puppy is a wonderful little creature! Warm, fuzzy, loving…Exploring his world for the first time…
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* Finding the right puppy for you and your family
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Are You Getting A New Puppy For Christmas?
Is there a Christmas Canine Character coming into your life this year? If you”re like thousands of other fortunate souls, a precious ball of furry fun has chosen you to be the recipient of all his puppy kisses, tail waggings, and unconditional love for many years to come. It is up to you as his owner to make a firm commitment to keep this newest member of the family happy and healthy. Make these resolutions as a new puppy owner so that he will be safe and sound, and will thrive in your loving care.
• I resolve to provide my puppy with routine checkups with a qualified veterinarian. If you haven’t already done so when your puppy was chosen, have a veterinarian take a look at him just as soon as possible to make sure he is healthy. In order for new puppies to get off on the right foot health-wise they must be screened for things such as parasites and mites. Immunizations will be scheduled and information dispensed regarding flea and tick control. Your veterinarian will know the information you need ahead of time, but if you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
• I resolve to have my puppy spayed or neutered at the age recommended by my veterinarian. Often there is a clause in the puppy sales contract that will extract a promise by the owner to have this done. Even if this is not the case for you, promise yourself and your pet to have it done. Not only do these procedures help prevent certain illnesses and conditions later in their lives, but they also increases the odds of these pets living longer. There are generally fewer behavioral problems with spayed and neutered pets, and they have gentler temperaments. Unwanted litters will be avoided.
• I resolve to feed my puppy a healthy diet approved by my veterinarian, and to see that my puppy gets plenty of fresh air and sunshine. We feed our children the type of foods that will nourish their bodies so that they grow up in optimum health. We see to it that they run and jump and get the exercise their bodies and their spirits require. Puppies need the same nurturing. The first year is one of tremendous growth and sets the pattern for the pet’s entire life. Feed him responsibly, give him fresh water daily, and play with him often.
• I resolve to take good care of my puppy and provide for his needs. See to it that he gets a bath when needed and his nails stay clipped to a healthy length. Tend to his dental health by brushing his teeth and providing the proper chewing opportunities. A well- groomed puppy is one that can be held close and cuddled. So is a well-behaved puppy. Housebreak your puppy and teach him the basics in puppy manners and in obedience. He and you will be happier together if you do.