Wednesday, 16 November 2016

8 Tips On Keeping Your Puppy Safe At Home







If you are taking care of a new puppy that has just been born and is still with the mother you need to have an environment where you can have the puppies where you can easily control the temperature, and you have to be sure that the puppies are warm. You also should provide a place that is safe for them so that they don't get hurt by accident. You will also need to make sure that the mother is comfortable with fresh drinking water at all times. Taking care of a new puppy at this stage must be carefully monitored to ensure that the mother does not accidentally trample on or suffocate her new puppies. 

Here are tips to get you started.

· One of the best general puppy care tips in taking care of your new puppy is that you need to remember to socialize your puppy. No matter what kind of puppy you have, you will see that it is important you socialize them all of the time. Your puppy will be fine around anything you want, as long as you expose them to these things when they are young. This means that you have to let them be around children and babies and other animals to make sure that they are socialized but only when they reach about eight weeks old.

· Make her a comfortable place for her to sleep. 

· Watch out for potentially hazardous situations throughout your home where she is allowed to go. Puppies are adventurous. They want to check things out. They instinctively test things they don't understand.

· Put all wiring, chemicals, cleaning fluids and the like out of her way. Thoroughly inspect the yard to make sure there are no holes and broken fence parts where she can escape. Get rid of all plants in and around your home that present a danger to dogs. You'll have to ask your vet or dog expert for a list of what those plants are. One is poinsettias, but there are others that seem innocent but are not.


· Take time to visit the vet regularly. As a puppy, she will need vaccinations against major diseases like rabies and distemper. Ask your vet what she needs and when. She must remain isolated from other animals until she has completed her series of shots. As well as keeping her vaccinations up to date, the vet can check your puppy to make sure there are no developmental problems as she grows into an adult.

· Our puppy will need puppy formula. Her body needs more nutrients than she will get from adult dog food. This is crucial. If she does not get the right food, she can have growth problems, such as deformed joints, and other health issues that can affect her entire future. Speak to your vet to find out what he would suggest you feed your puppy at different stages of development.

Always use the right tools, gear, and products for your puppy. For example, a rope collar is no 

· Guarantee that she can't be harmed. Choose a proper collar from your local pet store, one that fits properly without choking or slipping off. You will need to upgrade the collar as she grows and becomes stronger. Keep her bed in a warm location, free of drafts. Prolonged exposure to cold can leave her with arthritis as an adult.

Using Crates

· Crates have become a popular tool in puppy house training today for a number of good reasons. Dogs will generally refuse to go to the bathroom in the area where they sleep, so keeping your pup in a crate for a short period of time will teach him how to hold his urges until he is removed from the confinement. When you take your dog out of the crate, you can take him directly outdoors to do his business. Once he does, you can offer the positive reinforcement that will encourage him to use the backyard the next time around. 

Using a crate for puppy house training will also provide a safe, comfortable place for your pet to sleep when you are not available to keep an eye on him. This is particularly useful for times when you will be asleep or away from home. 

When you leave your pups unattended to their own devices can often become destructive. Having a crate will offer an atmosphere where he is unlikely to become injured or get into trouble. When it is your pups first time to use the crate, ensure that he stays in the crate for a short time, and just gradually extend his time in the crate as it gets more relaxed with its environment. Remember not to leave your dog in a crate for longer than 6 hours or 8 hours the most.


Cleaning the Messes

· Remember to ignore the mess that your dog makes in the house and just put your pups nose in it or reprimand him. Show him the proper place to potty outside and only clean the mess up when your dog is not around to watch.

Most importantly, eliminate the smell completely while puppy house training. If you dont, tendency is the dog will go back to the scent and potty again at that same spot. You will be able to find good commercial cleaners in stores today which can efficiently clean up such messes.

· Puppy house safety training is a procedure that will require a lot of patience and time but will surely be possible. With the help of the crate and a lot of consistency, it is a sure win that your dog will be potty trained in no time. Puppy house training is your first step in making sure that your dog will be pleasurable to your family.
We've only had time to cover tips on how to take care of a puppy, but there is so much more to know. You will soon discover that your learning will be an ongoing process, especially in her puppy years. What you do now can have a significant impact on your puppy's life.