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When all their vaccinations are complete! Your vet will be able to guide you through that.
We advise that if you really need to take them out then take them to places not frequented by other dogs.

Your puppy can start a basic hygiene regimen at 4 weeks old with a dry shampoo along with wipes or wet towels for daily cleaning. We only recommend a proper bath at 8 weeks old. Ensure that they are vaccinated.

Use a dry shampoo, puppy wipes or a wet cloth to just wipe their body. It will help get rid of the odour and your puppy will feel more energized too! If any odour persists consult your vet doctor.

You should take your puppy to the vet within 48 hours of bringing them home to make sure everything is alright with their health and to get more details about vaccinations etc.

There isn’t a fixed age to start training your puppy! You can start by potty training them and gradually move on to more advanced training whenever you feel they’re ready.

Yes, it’s perfectly normal for your puppy to take more naps through the day. They burn energy too quickly and need to re-energize which is why they take so many naps! If you find your puppy dull, lethargic, not eating or not playful please show your puppy to your vet.

This depends on if your puppy has been weaned off their mother. You will get this information from whoever you’re getting your puppy from. Unlike traditional practise, Cow or buffalo milk must never be given to a puppy as it very often causes indigestion and diarrhea.

Your puppy feels like they can dominate you and that is why they behave this way. You need to be more assertive with them and training them usually helps with this. Please consult a qualified and well experienced behaviourist to understand how better.

Licking any of our Puppy specific products is safe since they do not contain any nasty chemicals and are made using only natural ingredients.

This depends on how many weeks your puppy is. Puppies must be nursed by their mother for a minimum of 10 weeks of age. Introduction of semisolid food can commence after 4 weeks of age. Diet is extremely important for a growing puppy. There are many commercial foods specially formulated that meet their unique nutritional requirements and should be fed until twelve to eighteen months of age depending on the breed of puppy and body condition as recommended by your vet to minimize developmental problems. Puppy foods are available in dry and canned formulations. Generic dog foods, table or human food is not recommended for growing puppies. Although the puppy may show a preference for table food, unless you follow a properly-balanced recipe developed by a veterinary nutritionist, the puppy's long term health will be compromised.

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