How to take Care of Your Puppy.
To raise a healthy puppy, close care is needed for them to grow into healthy senior dogs. You have to understand that the responsibility of caring for the puppy is no joke. When bringing up a puppy it will be fun and it will be an attachment developing affair no doubt. You need to be ready to do what it takes to make sure that the puppy that is going to be under your care will not lack or go sick.
A puppy needs to be on a balanced diet so it will grow into a healthy and strong pet. Industrial produced food for puppies come as either wet or they could be dry as well. Both the dry and the wet options for the puppy’s food will have the nutritional content needed to ensure that your puppy develops well. Some natural foods can also be prepared at home meaning you don’t have to go for the industrial products alone. A good veterinarian will tell you what is best to feed your puppy so make sure you consult on your particular breed type. Apart from the breed of the dog some key factors to determine the nutritional content of the food is the age and the health condition of the puppy.
Like human beings, puppies also express allergies when fed with some foods that don’t go well with their bodies. Puppies that are four months and younger need to be fed at least three times a day but when they grow older the times can be reduced to two. The diet fed to the puppies needs to be accompanied with water to keep them hydrated especially on a dry diet. Fresh water should be provided in a bowl that has to be kept clean to prevent any contamination. Sleeping is very important for puppies, they need lots of rest just like kittens. Now that you have identified that your kitten will be sleeping most of the time you need to ensure that there is a comfortable place for them to sleep.
In an effort to enhance the comfort, make sure that you put a warm piece of blanket or something soft where they sleep It would be wise not to let them sleep on the couch or the bed as they will get attached to it and will not give them up when they are grown. Toilet discipline for puppies works with some input from you the owner if they have not been trained already. If you keep a close eye on your puppy you will see that the puppy has unchanging behavior just before they want to go for a nature call, some will spin around others will sniff around. It is at this time that you take them out to the spot that they should be doing it and after some time they will learn. With time they will take themselves out and you are comfortable even when you are away.