Perfect Puppy Foundations

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  • <cite class="fn">Limoges Collector</cite> <span class="says">says:</span>

    Great tip – who doesn’t like a treat?

  • <cite class="fn">John</cite> <span class="says">says:</span>

    Great blog on what to do with a new pup and the importance of being the most interesting persons/thing he interacts with. Love the exercises.

  • <cite class="fn">Mary Nielsen</cite> <span class="says">says:</span>

    I couldn’t agree more! The veterinarian is like a second dog mom/dad because they are there for purpose of loving and healing your dog. They are the only ones who can help your dog in case of any serious problems and are there to advise you to prevent any health issues.

    Being a veterinarian is truly a noble thing and I am happy to have a great vet as a friend and as a part of my doggie pack! πŸ™‚

  • <cite class="fn">Lillian Schaeffer</cite> <span class="says">says:</span>

    I like how you suggested bringing treats for your puppy when visiting the vet. My husband and I recently got a dog, and he’s usually pretty nervous in new places and situations. I need to take him to the vet, and I want him to feel comfortable, so maybe it would be a good idea to bring treats a long to keep him relaxed and happy.

    • <cite class="fn">Peg</cite> <span class="says">says:</span>

      Congratulations on your new pup! That’s great that you are taking into account what your dog needs when going to the vet. You can also consider bringing a tug toy to play a quick game of tug. Played with rules, it’s very theraputic to dogs and allows them to blow off a bit of steam – here’s more on that topic: http://www.ultimatepuppy.com/2016/03/the-push-pull-of-tug/ Good luck.


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