There’s nothing more exciting than welcoming a new pup into the home! That soft fur mixed with those adorable eyes, what could be better? That is until you remember that puppies come with lots of little accidents in your home. House training your puppy is significant for the well being of both your puppy and your sanity. The sad news behind puppy training is that when it’s failed to be done correctly, it can lead to the number one reason behind surrendering dogs to animal shelters. Of…
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You finally gave in to your little ones, about getting a new puppy. Congratulations it’s such an exciting time for you and your family. However, the first 48 hours of bringing home a new puppy are crucial for the puppy and an adjustment for your family. Most likely your new puppy is being separated from
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