Puppy Care Guide
Becoming a pet parent is a very exciting time, but it also means a lot of hard work! We have pulled together a few things to think about and what to expect and think about when welcoming a puppy into your home.
This list is not exhaustive, and we always recommend consulting your trusted vet if you have any questions or concerns about your puppy or becoming a pet parent.
- Food and water bowl
- Collar and lead
- Identity tags
- Cosy bed to ensure your puppy is warm, comfortable, secure and safe
- Puppy grooming kit
- Toys to satisfy your puppy's natural desire to chew
- Make an appointment with a trusted veterinarian: It is a legal requirement for your dog to be microchipped, so your vet can help you with this. Your vet will also assist with all the necessary vaccinations, neutering, discuss insurance, and can give you some tips on puppy socialisation.
Make sure you also check out our Blog Section, Paws for Thought, where we regularly post information on pet care, health, and all things dog!
Feeding your Puppy
As a growing Puppy, your four-legged friend will need extra protein for growth and development until they reach Adulthood. Our Puppy recipe has been formulated with this in mind, to ensure these needs are met.
You can begin to transition your Puppy to our Adult Dog Food from 11 months gradually, replacing the Puppy food with Adult food incrementally until you are serving the Adult food fully.