Welcoming your puppy

welcoming your puppy home

Welcoming your puppy

welcoming your puppy home

Welcoming your puppy

welcoming your puppy home
October 30, 2018

Welcoming your puppy


Socialising your puppy means helping them develop social skills so they are friendly, calm and unafraid of new people, pets and surroundings. It’s a good idea to help them socialise in a safe, stress-free environment where they feel comfortable before taking them anywhere that’s too busy or unfamiliar.

Introducing your puppy to family members or house visitors is vital for socialisation. By reducing fear of strangers at an early age, it helps make for a friendlier adult dog. When first introducing your puppy to new people, keep the collar and lead on to prevent jumping up. Give the “sit” command and help your puppy stay sitting. This will help your dog stay calm.

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Puppy socialisation also involves getting them used to other animals, but be careful when introducing your new puppy to other pets. When introducing an older dog to your puppy, it is advisable to have both on their leads.

This can help prevent them from jumping up, and means you have more control if either of them show unexpected behaviour. Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.

This can help prevent them from jumping up, and means you have more control if either of them show unexpected behaviour. Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.
Puppy socialisation also involves getting them used to other animals, but be careful when introducing your new puppy to other pets. When introducing an older dog to your puppy, it is advisable to have both on their leads. This can help prevent them from jumping up, and means you have more control if either of them show unexpected behaviour. Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.

This can help prevent them from jumping up, and means you have more control if either of them show unexpected behaviour. Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.

This can help prevent them from jumping up, and means you have more control if either of them show unexpected behaviour. Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.


This can help prevent them from jumping up, and means you have more control if either of them show unexpected behaviour. Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.
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Do not leave them alone together initially.If you are introducing your puppy to a cat, consider a wire or mesh gate in a doorway so the cat is able to escape.


 

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