New Puppy Information

BRINGING HOME YOUR NEW BEDLINGTON TERRIER
 In some respect bringing your new puppy home, is like bringing home a new baby.  
There are various things you need to be aware of.

  Avoid excessive handling, too much of this will overtire and stress the puppy.  A tried
puppy will not eat; he will only want to sleep.
 
  Feeding instructions, leave out dry puppy food with plenty of fresh water.  If the puppy
is young and cutting teeth, you might need to soak the dry food in some warm water.  You
may mix canned or soft food with the dry food.  No Homogenized Milk.  Remember a
change in food, water or new environment may cause some loose stools.

  Bedding should be provided for the puppy.  A kennel or crate provides a secure, safe
place for the puppy where he can rest, drink, and play at his own pace.  It will help with
house training and provide protection.  The kennel should be placed in an area where the
temperature is constant and out of drafts.  Kenneling is helpful when traveling and when
guest are over.
  
  Vaccinations, ask your veterinarian about his schedule for puppy shots.
  
  Toys, be sure and keep plenty around for chewing. Purchase only Made in the USA
rawhide or calf hooves.  
  
  This is intended to provide some information to help you care for your new puppy.  
Please call or email me with any questions you may have.  I love and care for my puppies
and I want you to enjoy yours!!!!