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Expert Advice: Puppy Health Puppy Senses: How Your Puppy Sees, Hears, Smells, and Tastes the World
  Puppies come stumbling into our lives full of exuberance, energy, and a wholehearted enthusiasm for life. It is natural that we wonder how they perceive the world, and if they see, hear, and smell differently than we do. We want to share their experiences. First, though, we need to understand how puppy senses work. […] | August 12, 2016
Expert Advice: Puppy Training How To Be Patient With Your New Puppy
Photo courtesy of Lori Toth, AKC Breeder of Merit There is so much you're trying to teach your new puppy, that it can feel overwhelming: house-training, sleeping through the night, not to nip, not to chew, and all the other household rules you've established. Add to that a puppy's natural curiosity and energy, and you […] | July 28, 2016
Chocolate Labrador retriever puppy eating the spilled dog food on the floor outside his dish.
Expert Advice: Puppy Health How To Safely Change Your Puppy’s Food
Your puppy is rapidly developing his muscles, bones, cognitive abilities, and immune system and needs food that meets his nutritional requirements. That's why he should be fed a high-quality puppy food that will have the right balance of ingredients and nutritional density to aid his rapid growth. Your breeder may send you home with a […] | July 28, 2016
Expert Advice: General Health Three Reasons to Microchip Your Dog
If you haven’t yet microchipped your dog, hear us out. There’s a reason this process, which involves implanting a rice-sized chip between a pet’s shoulder blades, is so popular and highly recommended by veterinarians, breeders, and animal-rescue organizations. In fact, it’s even become law in Ireland, England, and Scotland for all dogs to be microchipped. […] | June 8, 2015

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