Puppies are adorable animals that everyone loves to take home as their new family member. However, not all puppies are the same. A puppy is only a tiny puppy in comparison to an adult dog. Some puppies may weigh just 1.-1.5 kg, whereas larger ones may weigh up to 8.-10 kg. All healthy puppies develop rapidly after birth. The coat color of a puppy may also vary significantly as a puppy develops later in life.
A caring owner should carefully observe any abnormalities in the behavior of a puppy once it has been brought home as a new puppy. Dogs will usually begin to look out for their own space within a couple of days of birth, but this does not mean that other dogs will not attempt to intrude into that space. In fact, puppies have even been known to bite or nip at other dogs when they are anxious or threatened. If you are considering having a puppy, it is important to keep all of your pets on a leash so that they are less likely to become involved in potentially dangerous situations.
To ensure that you get the absolute best picture of a particular puppy, you will need to take photos from all angles. Babies and young puppies cannot hold themselves up for very long, and so it is very important that you take pictures of them from different angles. You should take photographs of your puppy from head to tail and from side to side. If you have a licensed coder or breeder with the necessary equipment to produce high-quality photos, then you should be able to obtain a high-resolution photograph for your photo via email or FTP.
It is important to take notice of your puppies’ diet. During the first couple of months of life, pups eat pureed, ready-to-eat puppy chow. They should never be fed table scraps or other foods that are meant for adult dogs. As your baby puppies get older, they can be fed adult dog food but you should never feed your pup’s small amounts of food that contains any additives or preservatives.
After around four weeks old, litters can be separated. Young puppies cannot resist the charms of their mothers, and so they tend to look to their mothers for company. If you have more than one puppy in your household, it is important to keep them away from each other during this time, as they can fight. Also, make sure that you do not leave your puppies unsupervised for the first few days after you get them from the breeder.
If you are going to be taking your new puppies home with you, it is important to have them wear harnesses until they are at least eight weeks old. Even then, puppies cannot seem to keep still long enough to use a harness. There is no need to rush. With proper socialization and training, you will find that you can handle your new puppy puppies without having to worry too much about them.