Jealousy and fighting... just hope they get along well.
Bringing home a puppy does not require pet insurance. If you would like to have this coverage however I am sure there are several options available such as Care Credit.
Leave him at home while you walk the big dog and play with the puppy at home.
yes they will they just have to get used to each other
To show dominance.
i think it's called: a silly song
You can leave a puppy at home when your puppy starts to play.
Before bringing a new puppy into a home that already has a resident dog, be sure that the adult dog is not territorial or in any way inclined to bite. Luckily, the majority of Staffies are amazing mothers and fathers to their puppies and hopefully your adult Staffy will pick up on this maternal behaviour (even if they are not the parent). Generally, the younger the puppy is the less likely it is that there will be as problem. To be precautious, introduce the two dogs in a neutral place, such as a park or field where they are not on each others territory. If everything goes well and they get to know each other, take them home and watch them carefully for any signs of trouble. Try not to let the puppy annoy the adult dog by jumping all over them, give the adult some space and everything should be fine. Good luck!
NO. you should not bthe a puppy his first day home
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A puppy should be at least eight weeks old and weaned before taking it to its new home. you should take a puppy as soon as possible because if you take it when it is a full grown adult when you take it home you wont spend much time with it. if u adopt it as a puppy your able to play with it and spend time with it. it should be at least 8 weeks old and if u dont want a litter of pups u should get it treated.
The puppy may be pregnat or sick
Well if you havn't already you need to buy dog food ina can. They really like it. Give it TONS of love and care. At first it may like to sleep with you. I hope that was good enough look on google.com to see how to care for a puppy.
If you already have a dog at home, and you are looking to bring another one in, see if it is possible for the two dogs to meet before bringing the new one in. Some dogs don't get along, and you don't want to be stuck with two dogs who hate each other. The best combinations are as follow: Male and Female Male and Male Female and Female
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It is best to wait until puppies and kittens are eight weeks old to bring them home. Once they reach eight weeks, they are generally weaned from their mothers and can receive vaccination shots, as well as eating some semblance of solid food.
somebody i know got a new puppy a while ago and she ( the puppy) had been in a different home for 2 weeks. when the puppy moved t her permanent home it only took her 4 weeks to settle in so i would say 4,5 or maybe 6 weeks!!
Definitely not. Wait until you move and check petfinder.com for adoptable puppies in your area who are currently in rescues and shelters waiting for a home. There's no need to buy a puppy from a breeder. I also recommend young adult dogs (2-3 years old), they're past the all puppy stages and they are still wonderful companions. Puppies aren't the only dogs that exist, either - remember that every dog was once a puppy. It doesn't hurt to get a young adult, an adult or a senior dog.. they're all still very loving and make wonderful companions. There's nothing like the love you receive from a rescue dog. (:
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