How To Get Ready For Your New Puppy

Getting a puppy is an adorable as well as a huge step to take. It is said that puppies are usually adopted as a substitute for babies. It is also said that if you can handle a dog then you may be a few steps away from being able to welcome a baby into your life. Babies and dogs need to be taken well care of and given lots of attention and love. They say you can never be ready to parents, but you sure can try, therefore, here are a few of the best tips out there on getting ready for your new pup.

Equipment

There are a few straightforward things your dog will need, these include a water bowl, a food bowl, a leash and most importantly a collar. When buying your dog bowls make sure to invest it a good stainless steel bowl as no matter how big or small the dog, if you buy the plastic bowls it can harm them as it contains chemicals. A collar is important because it is what helps you not only guide the dog around but it gives her method of identification.
Other equipment includes things such as a kennel; you can find many dog kennels for sale. You will also need to purchase a dog bed, for your puppy to sleep in. This includes chew toys, when puppies are young they need something to nibble on specially since they are so active and also due to their teeth coming int. What they are allergic to and what the vaccination they need. You can check out more here https://www.factorybuys.com.au/collections/dog-beds

Training your dog

It is necessary to raise your dog in a healthy manner, and getting started whilst he/she is puppy is essential. It is said that a well-trained dog is the happiest dog. First you need to obedience train your puppy; this helps create a communication between you and your puppy.

Not properly training your puppy can lead to many issues as this will create an anxious dog, due to not knowing between right and wrong and constantly being shouted at for doing something he/she was not aware was wrong. Leading your dog to do negative acts such as urinating on the carpet and chewing on any indoor furniture even your queen bed frame instead of the chew toys.

Your dog is not a human being, as this can lead you to the assumption that they enjoy the same thing humans do, assuming that the dog will always do the rational thing, this is unfair as it will lead to your raising your voice at the dog something it knows not how to do. Therefore you need to train them young and treat them with a lot of care and love.