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  • Dalmatian puppies are usually pure white when born.
  • More than five million puppies are born every year in the United States.

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  • A female carries her young about 60 days before the puppies are born.
  • At birth puppies are deaf, blind, and have almost no sense of smell. They stay near their mother and siblings because of the warmth.
  • A puppy's eyes do not open until it is 10 to 15 days old. Its vision is usually not complete until it is about four weeks old.
  • Puppies should remain with their mother until they are at least eight weeks old. During this time, she will teach them not to bite, and how to get along with other dogs.
  • Puppy love is the beginning of a lifetime affair for most dog owners.
  • NEVER punish a puppy for chewing..... just be sure to provide the appropriate objects. Puppies need to chew to stimulate the loss of their baby teeth and to help place their permanent teeth.
  • Train your dog from day one, so she will think of you as the leader of the pack. Dogs instinctively want to earn the pack leader's approval.
  • The most confident puppy in a litter often makes the worst pet because he sees himself as the pack leader.
  • To a young, exercise and play are the day's most important events. As a dog gets older, he lives for dinner time.
  • Give your new puppy its own sleeping den, even a simple cardboard box will do; this will make her feel more secure.
  • Ignore your new puppy's whining when you first isolate it for sleeping. If you don't you will only encourage it to whine more.
  • The most important thing you can teach your dog is to sit and stay on command. Any time you are having behavioral problems with your dog, begin your training by reteaching him to sit and stay.
  • When a small dog is aggressive toward people, don't pick him up. This only reinforces the behavior since he will see it as a reward.
  • Although a dog might be jealous of a new puppy in the beginning this usually passes quickly since dogs are social animals.
  • Housebreaking a puppy is just like toilet training a child; first you learn to recognize the signs, then you react every time you see them.
  • Dogs that are not around people before they reach the age of three months seldom turn out to be good pets.
  • When a puppy is removed from its mother, don't make it spend the first night alone. Its loss of family is enough for one night.
  • As soon as your new pet is comfortable with its new home, move it to the location where you will want it to sleep for its lifetime.
  • The time to start teaching your dog to sit and stay is the day you bring her home.
  • Don't attempt to teach your dog anything else until he will sit and stay on command for at least one minute.
  • When teaching a puppy to come, begin by getting down to his level so he will not be encouraged to jump up on you.
  • Puppies can't control their bladders overnight until they are at least four months old. Until then, cover the floor around the puppy's bed with newspapers.
  • Always say your dog's names before you give a command.
  • Dogs are not born knowing the words "Sit", "Down", "Stand".

3 Responses to “About puppy's”

  1. Anonymous Mike 

    Excellent blog and thanks for the opportunity to share my thoughts here. I also love dogs and I decided to put together a website dedicated to dog training. However, I am actually trying to offer both some general tips for training your dog and some breed-specific training techniques. I believe each dog breed is slightly different and thus requires an adaptation of the standard dog training methods, to suit the breed’s behavioral patterns and genetic predispositions. This is why I believe there is quite a bit of difference between affenpinscher training and bandog training. Or between dalmatian dog training and Afghan hound training. Each breed has its own distinct personality, and an independent breed like the dal will require stricter training than the disciplined bandog.

    There are hundreds of dog breeds I wish to cover and I am only half way through, but I hope to turn my site in the best dog training resource on the Internet.

    An excellent day to everyone reading this!

    Michael R.
    Webmaster – www.expert-dog-training.com

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