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FAQS: YOUR MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Open expanded article descriptions
Feeding Puppies and Pregnant/Nursing Dogs FAQs
Puppy Housetraining FAQs

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Dewormer Comparison Chart
Worming medications for dogs can be overwhelming, with this helpful comparison chart, you will learn which product will work best for your dog's condition, wormer ingredients, and their safety.

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Coccidia: Symptoms and Treatment
COCCIDIA are small protozoans (one-celled organisms) that multiply in the intestinal tracts of dogs and cats.
Housetraining Checklist
A housetraining checklist should include items needed for training your pup to go potty indoors or outdoors in designated areas and training motivators like treats for rewards.
Piddle Pads - proven moisture absorbency & retention
In a recent study, Piddle Pads outperformed 16 national-brand waste pads, both in absorbency and moisture retention.
Puppy Tooth Loss: What Age?
Learn when puppies lose their teeth and how to deal with pesky puppy chewing.
Puppy's 1st Year: Behavior & Socialization
From the point you bring your pup home and throughout his entire life - but especially during the first two years - it is imperative that you make every effort to expand the puppy's environment and expose him to new things.
Questions for Our Veterinarians: Top 10
Our veterinarians answer your most important questions about dog care: from housetraining, problem barking, tick removal and more!
Socializing your Puppy
Socialization is a critical component of a healthy, well adjusted adult dog. This is especially important in breeds that are known for their protective or aggressive nature.
Submissive Urination: How to control it
During excitement, young dogs often spontaneously urinate. They have no control over this and sometimes do not even realize it has occurred.
Top 10 Money-Saving Pet Care Tips
A pet can be a big expense, so you want to be able to take care of him when he needs it. This article gives you information on how you can save money on your pet's healthcare, prescriptions, and more.
Vaccinate Your Dog at Home
Vaccinations given at home are easy, convenient, and less stressful on your dog. Buying the vaccines and administering the shots at home also allows you to save money and time.
Vaccination Schedule for Dogs
Puppies need to be vaccinated at 5, 6, 9, 12, and then 15 weeks of age to prevent and protect them from potential diseases they may be exposed to. For the majority of puppies and dogs, Drs. Foster & Smith recommend the following:

HEALTHCARE CHECKLISTS Open expanded article descriptions
Emergency Visit Checklist

PUPPY'S FIRST DAY Open expanded article descriptions
Puppy Proofing Your Home

PUPPY'S FIRST WEEK Open expanded article descriptions
Dog Deworming Guidelines
Housetraining Methods
New Puppies & Sleep: Tips for Bedtime
New Puppy Product Selection Guide
Puppies, what to expect your first week

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Biting: Causes, Prevention, and Control
Learn how to reduce the risk of your dog biting someone.
Chewing Behavior: How to control it
Inappropriate chewing behavior can be prevented or controlled. Puppy-proof and eliminate objects not for chewing by replacing them with toys and chews designed for your puppy's natural chewing instinct.
Train Your Dog to Walk With a Lead
Introducing your dog to a lead early teaches obedience and will enable both of you to enjoy many outdoor activites together and be out and among people.

Acquiring a New Dog
Choosing the Right Veterinarian
Maternal Immunity: Disease Protection
Newborns & Puppies: Nutrition and Care
Puppy Exams
Spaying & Neutering
Vaccination Recommendations for Puppies
Puppy Care
Puppy Housetraining FAQs
Vaccinate Your Dog at Home
Puppy's 1st Year: Behavior & Socialization
Puppy Care
Piddle Pads - proven moisture absorbency & retention
Puppy Tooth Loss: What Age?

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