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4 Important Things To Know Before You Buy A Puppy

Buying a puppy is easy, but without guidelines and knowledge beforehand, it can be difficult to maintain that love throughout. Browse our puppies for sale, and keep these tips in mind to keep the liveliness inside the pet alive and a mutual love flowing! 

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A puppy will add a definite color and spice to your life.  When there is a puppy in your home, you anticipate coming home after a tiring day at work knowing someone is waiting for you at the door.  

The loyalty and attentiveness of a dog are hard to replace, and something many people have come to anticipate and love.  

It is also important to keep these little pooches healthy and hygienic. 

Experts consider the puppy stage of a dog the most important time of a dog’s life since they learn many new things during this phase.

During this period your puppy doesn’t fully understand what’s safe for him and what can actually cause him harm.

At Infinity Pups, we gather all the information from the sellers and provide you with the actual information you need. After you buy one of our puppies for sale, it is your duty to take care of them.

Here are a few things that you should be doing with your new puppy:

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Vet Care

As a matter of first importance, take your puppy to the vet.  There your puppy will get a thorough examination and required immunizations.

You should also request a diet chart and well-being guidelines from your vet.

Set up your home 

Make your home safe for your puppy. Remove things that can hurt your puppy, and ensure the stairs are inaccessible for him until adulthood.

Make sure you also purchase the proper supplies before your puppy comes home.

Open your puppy to the world

Give your puppy a chance to be presented to things that it will interact with regularly; such as neighboring dogs, other people, and household appliances.

Also, don’t give your puppy a chance to do anything you wouldn’t let him do as a grown-up. It is important that your puppy not have the opportunity to establish bad habits.

Be delicate and aware 

Try not to panic your puppy! Scary activities can transform later on into injuries and fears. Give him a chance to feel safe and not panicked around you.

Be consistent and firm in your discipline, but not abusive. Shouting, reviling, or hitting doesn’t educate educate your puppy and creates fear.