Puppy care for your new Weimaraner puppy is similar to care for other dog breed puppies. And bringing home a new puppy is an event that you need to prepare for…
Your new puppy will experience stress at leaving his mother and brothers and sisters. And everything in his new home will be strange and different.
If you take the time to help your new Weimaraner puppy adjust to his new surroundings and to your family, the adjustment for all of you will be easier.
Think of bringing home a new puppy as being similar to bringing home a new baby. You’ll need to have puppy supplies on hand before you bring your new Weimaraner puppy home.
And you’ll need to know how you will handle your new Weimaraner puppy. You’ll need to set up a schedule and decide where you will allow your puppy to go. That includes such simple things as:
- Where your puppy will spend most of her time when she first comes home
- Areas that she cannot go (certain rooms, furniture, etc.)
- When she will be fed
- Who will take charge of her potty training
- Where she will sleep
Bringing Your New Weimaraner Puppy Home
Of course puppies are adorable when you see them at the breeder’s. And your new Weinheimer puppy is no exception. But there’s more to having a new Weimaraner puppy than just taking him home!
Doing a little homework ahead of time is a good idea.
You need to learn about Weimaraners. And there are some things you will need to do so that you will be ready for your new puppy.
In addition, there are some things that you should buy—even before you bring your new Weimaraner puppy home…
Taking care of a new puppy is not difficult, but it does take time and effort on your part. But, investing the time up front will pay off for you.
Weimaraner puppies, with proper training by a loving master, grow to be faithful and loving adult dogs. Dogs who will stand by your family members and protect them—and who will be obedient and responsive, as long as they are clear on WHO is the top dog… Learn how to establish yourself as the pack leader now.