How to Take Care of a Puppy: Bringing a Puppy Home

Before you bring your puppy home, prepare yourself with the following supplies.

  • Premium per foods
  • water bowl
  • ID tags
  • Collar and leash
  • Satin removers
  • Grooming Equipment
  • High-quality safe chew toys
  • Flea, tick and parasite controls
  • Nail Clippers
  • Crate

once you have the supplies its time to puppy proof your home. Raising a puppy is a lot like raising small children. they get into everything. some of what they get into can be hazardous to their health. so start preparing for your puppy's arrival long before. A helpful tip: get down on your hands and knees to view the world like your puppy will. it may help you to find the things that
you would not have seen otherwise. Electrical wires, small objects hidden under couches and chairs that would be swallowed, or hiding spaces where a small pup could get stuck.
some sprays can be applied to furniture legs, woodworks, and other immovable items to help deter your puppy.

Are they rooms your puppy should be restricted from entering until he's better trained and more reliable? if so, install a baby gate, or keep the doors to those rooms and keep closed and until your puppy matures.

Exercise pen

Exercise pens are excellent for when you're home, but busy our unbale to fully dedicate yourself to supervising your young pup. if you are about to make dinner, for example, rather than crating your dog or locking him in a puppy proof room alone, set up an exercise pen in the kitchen with you. this will allow him to get used to being around your family's routines while also staying out of the way. it will also allow him to feel like he is part of the family.

Make the car ride home as calm and stress-free as possible

Once your house is ready, it's time to bring your new family member home. you are wanting to do your best at keeping this from being overly stressful experience for your puppy. so it may not be the best idea to bring the whole family, especially if you have excited, young kids. also, keep in mind that the vibration, sound, and the movements of your car can be very scary for the young pup and make them nervous. on the first trip home is OK to have passengers hold your puppy in a soft blanket.
After the first trip home, you should begin using a crate to travel for both the dog and the other passenger's safety in the car. try purchasing a dog seat belt that's specifically designed to restrain and protect your companion in case of an accident.

Consider hiring a dog walker

Take him our at regular intervals during this training period, and going forward as your pup grows up.

Special Puppy Concerns: 

1. Spend extra time with your puppy

2.Supervise your puppy all time and interact with him regularly

3. Be alert for signs(sniffing and circling that he has to go to the bathroom, then take him our immediately )

4. Establish a routine( a young puppy has no bladder control and will need to urinate immediately after eating, drinking, playing, sleeping )

5. Never punish an accident

6. Praise your puppy

7.feed your puppy special formula - Like a baby, he needs nutritious highly digestible food.

8. have the contact of your local Veterinary office.