Aren’t sure how to react when your new puppy is having an accident? There is no need to scold or make your dog afraid, your goal should be to startle your puppy enough to have them stop mid-stream then immediately run with them outside as quickly as possible. If you can it is best to […]
Do you know what your growing pup needs? Puppies need up to twice the daily energy intake as adult pets. Your puppy should be fed a puppy diet containing 25 – 30% protein until at least 10 months of age.
Once your puppies have been born, the real work begins – making sure they receive the proper care from their mother, and keeping them warm and well-fed in order to maintain their growth and development. The first thing new puppies need is a warm environment. Their first few weeks should be spent in a confined […]
ZOONOTIC DISEASES Simply put, Zoonotic (zoe-o-NOT-ick) Diseases are infections that can be passed from pet to person. As veterinary professionals, we feel obligated to inform all pet owners that their families can contract certain diseases from their companion animals.
Socialization is the process of learning how to be a part of society. Socializing puppies involves helping them learn to be a pet within human society and dealing with different types of people, environments, noises, smells, sights, animals, and other dogs. Puppies are most accepting of new experiences between the ages of 3 weeks and […]