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Say Hello Everyone! We all know the importance of interacting with our families and friends at an early age. Puppies benefit from being held, talked to, played with, and taught the acceptable social niceties that keep our homes running smoothly. We touch their paws, check out their tiny teeth, ...
Potty Training Begins
It ain\'t pretty, but somebodies gotta do it! Early training with the breeder makes for an easier transition with the new family. We gradually increase the size of the play area for our new Dawgs. We include a separate space for the new kids to do the deed! It takes anywhere from a few days to a ...
We introduce a crate with all our pups. It allows them a space to relax and feel safe. We believe this early training helps the puppy transition from mom and litter mates to their new home and family.
Introducing Solid Food
Sometime between the 4th and 5th week we begin introducing Solid Food. These new foods can cause some upset digestive systems- we carefully monitor their daily deposits and make sure we are not moving too quickly with the solids. At this point they are still nursing on mom and receiving all the ...
DeClawed - DeWormed - Vaccinated
Dawg Gone Doodles have their Dew Claws removed on the 3rd day after their birth. They are dewormed beginning in the 3rd week and vaccinated with the first in a series of 3 shots beginning the 7th week before joining their new families at 8 to 10 weeks. All families will be required to sign a ...