The first week with your new puppy can be exciting, of course, but it is also likely to make you tired. Make the transition easier for both of you with a small schedule.
Save the right supplies.
Buy some of the basic things from early, so your dog can settle more smoothly in his new environment.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- bowl of food and water
- food and treats for education. Try at least initially to buy the same feed for your dog as a sudden change in diet can upset your stomach
- collar and leash
- toys and special chew toys
- detergents for removing stains and odors
probably some baby boxes to block parts of your home that you do not want your dog to enter|
Your puppy in the first days of his life is fed only on his mother’s milk, taking from him all the necessary antibodies and elements that are necessary for his proper development. After a period of about 40 days, the puppy stops being in need of milk.
The puppy’s first teeth now prove that he is ready to chew his food and live without his mother. What is needed is a high quality food for puppies, rich in vitamins, minerals and trace elements and with a small amount of milk, such as Le Chef Junior with meat and vegetables, which ensures its smooth development and strengthens its first steps.
Each puppy must have other care, depending on its development time and race. Generally speaking, small breeds grow in full at about 11 months, middle breeds in 18 months, while large breeds are growing in both years.
His food throughout this period must be careful and special, so that the development of vital organs becomes complete, his vision is optimal, his teeth are healthy and his hair shiny.
Above all, however, do not hesitate to show them your love with small treats, love and care.