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    Caring for your new puppy.


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    Caring for your new puppy.

    Post by Cameron on Fri 24 Sep - 21:35

    Once you have brought your puppy home, now’s the time the work begins. You may not want an Obedience Champion, but you will want a well-mannered member of society so training in all aspects of daily living starts the minute your puppy’s paw enter their new home.

    Where is the puppy going to feed?

    Where is the puppy going to sleep?

    Where is the puppy going to go to the toilet?

    Where are the puppy training classes? You can find a list on this website.

    Once vaccinated, where will you exercise the puppy?

    These are all questions you must ask yourself. :gsdsniff:

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