Can you buy a puppy at 6 weeks?
you can but it depends on who you buy it from
You should not buy a 6 weeks old puppy cause the puppy is too young to leave its mother !!! If you want to have less problem at potty train it, then you should buy it at about 11 or more weeks old!But not too old!!! You should not buy a dog more than 20 weeks old ^.^ Because when it's young, like 6 years old, its mom can teach it a few things!!! So…
At least six weeks old. sorry to the person that said 6 weeks aka sikuan but you are absolutely wrong It is not 6 weeks it is actually 8 weeks by law or older please do not follow or buy off anyone that sells a puppy before eight weeks simply report them. xxx Lindsey p.s for futher infoation please contact email@example.com.UK , firstname.lastname@example.org.UK or email@example.com.UK. or add me on facebook i am lindseyleeming
A friend is puppy sitting for the day and they did not leave puppy food and the puppy is showing its hungry. What is safe for him to give the baby-he thinks it is around 6 weeks or so?
A newborn puppy will be on it's mother for about the first 6 weeks. This helps to keep it's antibodies up until it has it's first vet visit. It can be started on pablum at about 2 1/2 to 3 weeks. Soaked puppy chow is added until about 6 weeks when the pablum is eliminated. The female is weaned slowly from about 5 to 7 weeks. The puppies stay on softened chow and are slowly…
Puppies should not wait past 6 weeks of age for their first round of puppy shots, doing so leaves them at risk. Most vets give puppy shots at 6 weeks, 9 weeks, 12 weeks. I also have my dogs vaccinated every few weeks until they are 16 weeks of age (as suggested by my vet). Puppy shots can range from 15 to 35 or more dollars, depending where you live.