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Puppy Go Home Day

Puppy Go Home Day: A Complete Guide to a Successful Transition. Ensure a seamless transition for your puppy with our all-inclusive guide. Get critical insights and expert tips for making Puppy Go Home Day perfect – from preparation to settling in.

Set Your Puppy up for Success!

Prepare Your Home:

Puppy-proof your space: Clear anything that can be chewed or swallowed by a curious pup like electrical cords, plants, and small objects. Essential supplies: Have a crate, comfortable bedding, food and water bowls, chew toys, and grooming tools ready before your puppy arrives.


Quality Puppy Food: We will send home a starter bag of food. We feed Diamond Puppy, if you plan to feed something else please slowly transition the food. Feed your new furry friend high-quality puppy food that is appropriate for the puppy’s size and breed. Feeding schedule: Establish a consistent feeding schedule to help with house training and behavioral issues.

 Health Care:

First Vet Visit: Schedule a check-up within the three days of bringing your puppy home. Vaccinations: Keep up with the vaccination schedule provided by your vet. Parasite prevention: We recommend minimizing exposure to veterinary drugs (such as flea and heartworm treatments, vaccinations and wormers) to the minimum dosage and frequency needed to safeguard your pet’s health. Note: We recommend de-sexing at 12 months of age or older.

Training and Socialization:

House Training: Start house training immediately with consistent routines and positive reinforcement. Obedience Training: Basic commands like sit, stay, and come are essential for your puppy’s safety and your sanity. Socialization: Expose your puppy to different people, pets, and environments once they’re vaccinated.

Exercise and Playtime:

Encourage regular playtime—it’s essential for your puppy’s physical health and mental stimulation. Puppies have a lot of energy; regular walks and play help prevent destructive behaviors.


Spend quality time with your puppy every day. Gentle handling and calm interactions help establish trust between you and your puppy.

Remember: Patience and consistency are key. Training a puppy requires time and effort but it’s also filled with moments of joy and bonding that are truly rewarding. Welcome to the wonderful world of being a puppy parent!

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