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How to get the most out of your dog?
It all starts with the proper introductions.
Here’s how to do it, and how to keep your new puppy happy and healthy.
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“It’s all about how you introduce the puppy to the world,” said Katie.
“A lot of it is about being gentle and kind and letting them feel what it’s like to be a puppy in a puppy house.
They’re going to be different from their mother.
They may not have any friends.
You can be gentle, but you don’t want to be rude.”
If you’re feeling more anxious, try the calming puppy nuzzle, which involves placing your hand on a collar and gently rubbing it.
This method will help ease anxiety and decrease the stress of having to interact with a new puppy.
And if your dog is anxious about the new arrival, give her some treats and praise.
“The more you give them, the more they’ll want to come back to you,” said Katy.
“And then you can make a little video of them being excited and enjoying each other’s company.”
This isn’t just about being a good friend, either.
It’s about how your dog feels and how she feels about you.
If you’ve spent any time with a dog, you may know that he or she can be very protective of you.
“That’s a good sign,” said Dr. Michael.
“Because that’s where you need to be.
You’re there for them.”
For that reason, you should be a good neighbor and provide your dog with a good home.
“If you give her the opportunity to get away from you, she’ll have a much easier time doing that.
If she doesn’t, she’s going to feel isolated and lonely,” said Karen.
“You want your dog to be safe and secure, and you want them to be comfortable in their new home.”