Puppy is an innocent puppy that will need you time and patience to earn his trust. Some dogs will grow up very quickly, while others take longer. Some puppies will be teething, while other dogs may chew on or dig at their food. Most puppies are not able to speak, but you should be patient and gently teach them how to follow commands and stand on their own. By doing this, you will have a loyal friend for many years.
The Importance of Puppies and Vaccines
The majority of puppies will not need to undergo parvo vaccinations. Parvo is a disease that is highly contagious and usually occurs due to a lack of vaccination. Puppies can get parts from dogs, cats, and other animals that are unclean. If you have a puppy, you should vaccinate him before he becomes a puppy, and then again after he is about one year old, if his previous vaccinations have not been completed. It is important to be aware that puppies that have already had parts can still be vulnerable to the disease; therefore, you should consult your veterinarian immediately after you have acquired your puppy, so he can perform the necessary vaccinations.
Rabies is another serious illness that can strike your puppy, and it is fatal. Rabies takes five to six weeks to be fatal. However, there are some preventative measures that you should take with your puppy so he can remain healthy, such as taking him to the veterinarian for monthly rabies shots. Rabies can affect your puppy’s nervous system, so you should also be careful with him by administering only approved medications.