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How To Take Care of a Puppy: Your Dog’s First Vet Appointment

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  1. whats the cost of visiting a vet

  2. I have a 8wk chihuahua he eats a lot how big the portion should be?

  3. This video is so helpful, to me especially as I plan to get a puppy soon, I
    have been scribbling down notes and questions and some of these things I
    didnt even think of, so thank you so much!

  4. um i have a question im getting a dog in november and i dont want my dog to
    be hurt in the first ride home so where could i buy a dog seat belt?

  5. ilovemyakitahachi

    very useful and helpful information 🙂 thank you! <3

  6. That is GREAT! BTW…what kind of dog are you planning on getting?

  7. Meghana Bhadauria

    hi, I have a 3mnth old pug puppy. i would like to know ways to check his
    body temperature at home n the avg weight f a 3m old pug puppy. im unable
    to take him out since he’s not had all his vaccinations yet. are there
    anyways of ensuring tht he has enough physical activity at home?

  8. I was given a five weeks years old Labrador(mixed breed) by a neighbor last
    week. I would like to train her now but i don’t have time to train her yet.
    So, I’m planning to train her this summer vacation, this April. Is it too
    late to train her? What can you advice for me to do for her preparation
    while my summer vacation hasn’t come?

  9. Hi Dr. Nelson, How are you? My classmate has a Bichon Frise that behaves
    like a puppy. Did you meet them for the first vet visit before?

  10. Also, I was wondering, how many times a day would my puppy need to be fed?
    He’ll be 9 weeks old when we pick him up. Sorry its just I cant find any
    advice on this! 🙂

  11. Do u need to spay and neuter a dog!?!?!?

  12. Awww! How sweet. It will vary from dog to dog. Most food companies would
    recommend approx. 1/4 cup per day. However your Vet will give you an exact
    amount based on the health and size of your puppy. Good Luck! 😉

  13. That is wonderful! Give yourself a pat on the shoulder for doing research
    and for gaining as much info as you can prior to bringing your puppy home.
    They are such a big responsibility and wonderful addition to any family! 😉

  14. What if i took care of puppy near my house and i don’t even know when its
    born etc.

  15. My friend’s dog had puppies she will be giving one to me. What kind of
    things do i need to know if i’m not adopting a dog from a shelter? instead
    getting it from my friend. This is my first dog! help please.

  16. clubpenguinisfun1234

    this is a good video i really liked it its good info and i will show my
    parents this so they know i will be responsibly lol ok thnx

  17. Raise a happy puppy! Check out the link in the description to get expert
    tips on nutrition, training and care for your puppy.

  18. its good now it opened it and he looks ok

  19. Thank you! At first I was a little daunted, but I’ve been determined and
    stuck at it, even through the Summer Holidays! But it’s been worth it, as I
    now feel COMPLETELY prepared 😀

  20. That is AWESOME!!! Chances are the your are getting puppies that have been
    responsibly bred and are probably very healthy!

  21. I am not sure what other offices offer. You will need to call them and ask
    them if that is something that they offer.

  22. Border Collie! Its gonna be a little tough as he’ll need a lot of
    stimulation and exercise – or he’ll DESTROY my house! But I’m up for the
    challenge 😀

  23. Your vet will be able to give you a “good idea” of how old your puppy is.

  24. @clubpenguinisfun1234 Awesome! Thanks for the compliment 🙂

  25. Okay I will consider that thank you soso much!! 😀 <3

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