Dog teething is a necessary evil for all puppies and their owners. Sometime between 2 and 7 months, your dog’s baby teeth will be replaced by her permanent adult teeth and your puppy will chew everything in sight. Since most puppies go to their new homes when they are between 6 and 8 weeks old, […]
When getting a new Weimaraner puppy, you need to prepare your home, get supplies you'll need and be ready for problems that might develop with your new puppy.
If you prepare ahead for your new puppy, your first couple of weeks will be a lot smoother, with fewer issues to handle.
Puppy vomiting can happen suddenly. You have read about puppies and thought you were prepared. But now you have a little Weimaraner puppy vomiting! What should you do? The good news is that most puppy vomiting is harmless and not an indication of a more serious disease. However, with puppies, you should not take chances. […]
When a Metal Dog Crate is the Right Choice A metal dog crate could be your best choice if you are buying it for housebreaking your dog. Size the crate right, and your Weimaraner will grow into it and be able to use the crate as an adult. Of course there are a number of […]
Socializing a puppy simply means teaching your dog to get along with other dogs, pets, strangers, and basically the rest of the world. Puppy socializing works best in the early and formative weeks of a puppy’s life. And if you do socialize your puppy while he is still young, the lessons will be painless. And […]
The rules of crate training are really quite simple, and if you follow them, housebreaking your puppy will be easy. Purchase your dog crate before you bring your new puppy home, and make sure you understand how to crate train a dog, as well. There are three very basic (and important) rules of crate training: […]
Why Won’t My Weimaraner Listen To Me? Obedience training for puppies begins early, and there are some very simple ways to get your Weinheimer puppy to listen to you… A common question asked by many first-time Weimaraner owners is, “Why won’t my Weimaraner listen to me?”. Before I answer your question, let me ask you […]