If you’re a new puppy owner then I’m sure you’ve asked yourself: “How to take care of a puppy?” Having been a puppy myself (and a great one at that) I’m certainly no stranger to puppy care. But as we all know, even the most well-intentioned puppy owners can run into some problems…like the dreaded ‘accident’. Accidents can be heartbreaking, particularly when you have young children around who could be hurt by an animal that shouldn’t even be in the house. That’s why it’s important that you learn about the dos and don’ts of taking care of puppies.
The biggest one of the puppy care tips I can give you is to be responsible. You see, responsible doesn’t mean throwing a bucket of water on your pup and watching her lick her own bottom. It means that you pay attention to the way that she walks, the quality of her fur and the way she plays with her toys. Now, I should point out that pomeranians do indeed shed a lot, especially around the time that they are born. So it’s important to brushing your Pom every day, especially around the time that she is born, because if you don’t then you will be covering up a lot of puppy hair that’s going to get tracked all over your floor.
It also helps to have some preventative care. One of the first puppy care tips I gave was to do regular puppy visits to the veterinarian for a general check up. That way you can screen for any diseases that might develop down the line, like a kidney or a thyroid problem or even a mild cold. And even if you don’t find anything serious, at least you’ll catch it early so that you can begin treating it right away, and that’s what you need to do with most of the health problems that puppy pups experience.
As for the grooming, while you don’t have to have it every day, you should take puppy to the groomer at least once a week, or as often as necessary. Puppies tend to get their hair all knotted up in tight little areas that take up a lot of grooming time. So it’s really best to take them to the groomer every other week or so for proper brushing and to have those loose hair pieces out of the way. In addition, puppies love it when you take them into the groomer and give them attention, so that’s another thing you need to do.
How to take care of a Pug is the same as how to take care of a Pug puppy, just with a different emphasis. Here’s one of my favorite puppy care tips. If you haven’t bought your Pug puppy yet, you need to start shopping around for the perfect pup. That means that if you’re shopping for a Pug puppy, you need to keep in mind the personality traits that a Pug has as well as the grooming needs. If you don’t buy your puppy from a good breeder, then you might be getting a high-strung, hyper active puppy that’s difficult to handle.
The best approach to learning how to take care puppy care is to get a puppy from someone who loves dogs. Most importantly, that person should know how to take care of an adult dog. If you choose a puppy from someone who doesn’t love dogs, then you’re probably going to have some behavior problems as your puppy grows up. But if you choose a good breeder, then your puppy will grow up in a loving home with plenty of training to keep him from acting out.
Some other methods of how to take care are to get your pomeranians neutered (can be done at an early age if you choose), feed them a premium puppy food, keep their outdoor activities to a minimum and use only approved dog beds and dog crates. The first three points are pretty self explanatory and easy to follow. If you don’t want to do any of those things, then at least 3 months old is a safe minimum. Your pomeranian should be getting at least 3 cups of water per day for normal kidney function. Make sure your pomeranian is getting plenty of exercise each day and you should be seeing results pretty quickly.
The last step in taking care of your pomeranian is to learn about proper grooming. Proper grooming should involve a combing and brushing the pomeranian once each week. It also helps if you’re up on all of the latest pomeranian care news because that way you know what products work best for your dog. Grooming is one of the most neglected aspects of caring for your pomeranian but it’s something that can make or break your relationship with your puppy.