Most people in the world are fond of dogs. Specialists
think about puppyhood, especially the initial three – four months, to be the
most significant time of a pooch’s life.

In these months, a puppy experiences major changes in
their lives that shape their perspectives about what’s good and what’s
startling— assessments that can be difficult to change at a later stage. For
this reason puppies are taught to learn habits and given proper training at an
early age.

Have a look at some of the charming puppies below and
find for yourself  whether you have the
ability to nurture a small puppy into a big and healthy dog.

Puppyhood is very important for any pooch. Ensure you
are well prepared before you bring an adorable young dog home and make it a
member of your family.

At the time of puppyhood, little dogs go through the following:

  • Gain the habit of getting along
    well with other dogs . A puppy who doesn’t get this opportunity, turn out to be
    jittery and agitated infront of other dogs when they grow up. Therefore, during
    puppyhood such a socialization is important.
  • Learn to stay around humans so
    that they turn out to be joyful and happy when matured. Just like interacting
    with other puppies and dogs, human interactoin is also a very important part of
    a dog’s development process. This is applicable for every breed.
  • If a dog is familiar to a family
    life and learns how to behave around home products such as television, hoover,
    dishwashers, different pets etc. then they’re bound to be carefree and flexible around all those things as a grown-up. Gradually try to introduce them to
    new things in their life.
  • In the age between three to six
    months puppies start getting their grown-up teeth. Mostly they will bite everything so that their jaws are able to calm the distress of getting teeth. During teething, toys specially made for relieving
    tooth pain can provide comfort to the aching jaw and give the little puppy something safe
    to bite.
  • Puppies try to eat crap.
    Pooches of all ages can have this gross tendency, yet it’s increasingly normal in puppies. But owners have to be watchful.

Puppyhood in dogs

  • Every dog’s growth rate is
    different, while small dog breed commonly grow up fast, large dog breed grow at
    a slow pace, and giant breed grow up even slower.
  • In dogs mostly, five to six month
    is considered puppyhood stage and after that they are in their puberty.

Things to be kept In mind

  • Try not to take the puppy away from their family before two months of age. Their mother and other-mates show them how to coexist with different dogs during these two months.
  • Keep your young doggie at home and around the family. Detaching your little dog will cause issues for you making them aggressive and agitated. Dogs are social creatures, there’s actually nothing better than a friendly joyful dog.
  • One has to be careful for their dog and their health. Like in children, puppies too need vaccinations on a regular interval to be safe from any ailment and deadly diseases. Puppies get their first vaccination when they are just one and half months old and this goes till they are six months old.
  • Little dogs shouldn’t stroll out in the open since they’re sensitive and are prone to infections. Consult the Vet before taking them out.

Learning, Behavior and Making Rules for puppies:

  • Start teaching when your puppy
    comes home.  A puppy’s kindergarten is
    the best place where your puppy learns how to be around individuals and other
    doggies. Puppies are bought to these classes when they are about two to four
    months old.
  • Try not to penalise your puppy.
    Shouting and hitting doesn’t make your puppy learn how to be discipline,
    especially for a small puppy who is still learning to accept your rules. Train
    your little puppy yet be soft and kind towards them.
  • Try not to let your puppy do
    anything that you don’t aspire them to do as a grown-up. However, if you pamper
    your puppy and pets when they jump on you, they won’t do the same once they’re
    a grown-up.
  • Show your young doggie where to
    dispose of and what to eat to avoid awful habits and adopt nice ones. Start
    giving them training at home when you bring your little dog home. Provide them
    with a lot of bite toys so they comprehend to chew them and not your things.
  • While growing, doggies need more
    supplement rich nourishment than grown-ups.
  • Stop your puppy from hopping or
    jumping on hard surfaces, as it can hurt their body. Avoid running or jogging
    with them until they are twelve to eighteen months old.