Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much should I play with my new puppy?

  • Aim for between three and six play periods per day, but remember that he’ll tire easily as a youngster. A game of fetch is ideal, as it includes exercise and a lesson on commands.
  • How Can I Train My Puppy Properly?

    If you want your precious little puppy to grow up to be a well-behaved companion, you need to teach him or her some manners, and some basic obedience commands.

    A fair number of puppy FAQs center around puppy behavior, and learning what behavior is acceptable and what isn’t should be some of his earliest lessons!

    If you want your pup to understand what you expect of him, there are three simple steps that you MUST follow :

      • tell your puppy what you want him to do
      • help him to perform that behavior
    • reward him with treats and/or praise when he is successful
    • What Shots Does My Puppy Need?

      When it comes to puppy FAQs, puppy shots is a hot topic! Your puppy needs 3 sets of DHLPP puppy shots. The first set are usually given at approx. 7 — 8 weeks of age, and there is a 3 weeks period between each set.

      The DHLPP puppy shot is a combination vaccine that protects against 5 separate diseases :

      • Distemper
      • Hepatitis
      • Leptospirosis
      • Parainfluenza
      • Parvovirus
      • OUWER PUPS AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IS ALL SHOTS DONE N READY TO GO,JUST POSTING THIS INFORMATION FOR YOUR KNOLIGE
      • HOUSEBREAKING 101

        Owning a new puppy is a big responsibility and one of the first things you want to do is housebreak them. Housebreaking is not as hard as you think. It is a training issue that when combined with patience and consistency can be a very easy task.

        There are a couple ways of housebreaking. The two most popular are inside training and crate training. There are a few things that you need to know before you start housebreaking.

        • Your puppy will depend on you to teach them right from wrong
        • Your puppy’s bladder is very small and in the beginning they will have to go very frequently
        • If your puppy does his duty and you do not see him doing it. DO NOT discipline him.
        • When your puppy does his duty where he is supposed to praise him so he learns the difference between right and wrong. ex: «NO» Bad Puppy. «GOOD» Puppy!
        • Consistency, patience and plenty of involvement will make housebreaking your puppy a happy one