Prepare for puppy: Get your house ready, hold a family meeting, buy supplies, get a license, and hire a dog trainer.
Make your home pet safe for your dog by following these pro tips: use cordless blinds, avoid rugs and carpet, secure trash, and block danger.
Feeding your puppy: Knowing when and how much to feed your new fur baby is key to providing proper care for your dog.
To make sure you’re ready for a puppy, use this checklist to be sure you can take on the commitment and responsibility.
Follow tips to make your puppy’s first night easier: Create a routine, establish a sleep location, and make a plan if your fur baby whines.
Puppy-proof your home by using puppy pads, covering cords, securing trash, eliminating puppy poisons, and creating a busy bag.
Puppy-proof your home for your new pet. Puppies are notoriously curious, adventurous and sometimes downright mischievous.