During the early stages of its life, a puppy will live with its mother and siblings.
In order to regularly monitor the puppy’s health, you will first need to get it used to being handled and examined.
The puppy’s diet plays a key role in keeping it healthy. Feeding it correctly with quality food can affect its wellbeing.
Once your puppy is welcomed into its new family, it will need to learn to interact with the existing environment.
Play time for puppies is a necessity. It is through this that it learns and interacts.
It is important to teach your puppy of the differences between “home” and “park” from an early age. You can do this through the manner in which you behave and with appropriate training.
If your puppy wants to join you on your holidays, come with you on a weekend away or even merely go to the vet, it will likely need to learn to travel in a car.
As soon as the puppy is welcomed into the family you should ensure that it learns its name as soon as possible.