CHRISTMAS PUPPY

Christmas puppy may seem the right thing to do at the time but for some it is not. With everything going on that day a lot of times the pup is left, so to speak, with the empty boxes and wrapping paper under the tree while everyone is off doing what they do best on Christmas. Let's rethink this. Your puppy deserves to be the center of attention on the day of arrival to his or her new forever home and the attention doesn't stop there. Be a good steward of you puppy and he or she will be a life lone friend and more to you and your family.

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WORMING YOUR PUPPY

There are a number of different worms that can affect your puppy. Roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, whipworms and heartworms. Some live in the intestines and some in the tissue. Puppies should be treated at 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 weeks. Regularly about every 2 weeks up to the puppy reaching 3 months old and again as advised by your veterinarian and with veterinarian medicine. When you bring your puppy home at 8 weeks consult your veterinarian for your puppy's worming schedule, how often and with what worming product to use. 

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