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Puppies generally go to their new homes at about nine weeks of age. By now, your house should be fully puppy-proof with all toxins and hazards removed, a designated sleeping area and plenty of toys.
Make it a priority to introduce toilet training, a meal schedule and some basic treat-based training to help your pup adjust to their new routine. It’s also important to stick to the vaccination schedule your breeder or non-breeder had started in their first few weeks of life.
A well-socialised pup who has been exposed to different stimuli and new situations has a better chance of growing into a well-adjusted dog, so consider enrolling your new mate into puppy pre-school at this age.
Anal gland problems are an often-encountered frustration for pet owners, mainly dogs. So that's the story?
Paw licking is a common problem in dogs so here's why they do it, and when it can be harmful.
Bad breath in dogs is quite common and can occur for different reasons. It’s important to address bad breath early so here's some tips on how to fix bad dog breath.
Biting is a natural puppy behaviour, but how do you make sure it doesn't disturb you or your family.
Here are some helpful things that you can check off to reassure yourself that your puppy is healthy and starting life off on the right paw.
Each state & territory in Australia have their own rules around when & how you register your dog. So we’ve broken it down the details for you.
Some tips to help you decide if getting a foster dog is right for you and your family.
As well as toilet training, and basic commands like sit and stay, your puppy also needs sleep training.