Having a new pet is exciting, but it also comes with responsibilities.
When your new puppy finally comes, all you'll want to do is spend time with them and play.
Investing in the health and happiness of a new dog is a long-term commitment. Not to mention, you'll want to spend all of your free time with your new canine baby!
Consider taking the day off when you bring your new puppy home if your job and personal commitments will allow it.
Take your dog outside often for bathroom breaks, even if they were house trained previously.
Every dog should learn basic obedience commands such as sit, stay, come, and heel. These commands will help you control your dog.
Puppies are most receptive to learn between the ages of 8 to 16 weeks, so it's crucial to start training during this period.
You should transport your new puppy to the designated bathroom area as soon as you get them home. Give them loads of verbal praise and a treat as soon as they finish eliminating.
Feed and walk your dog, and come and go from work around the same times each day. So, the pup can establish the routine.