Here you will find information on how to feed him the right way, the health and hygiene care that must be taken, vaccines and other important information for you and your dog.
Be it as it may, it is fundamental that you take your dog to the vet regularly.
A puppy up to 3 months of age usually sleeps a lot (up to 80% of the time); this way, avoid waking him up very frequently, or picking him up. Do not let him alone for long periods or near noisy places full of people. Do not allow kids to play too much with him or treat him like a toy.
It is important that the puppy have a place of his own where he can feel safe and comfortable. This place will depend on his breed and the climate. Every dog needs a clean, dry and warm bed, and some minimum space to exercise and do his physiological needs. This area must not get direct sun light and must be well-aired. Give him plenty of fresh water.
As puppies are very curious and do not know danger, it is important to keep them away from electric wires, plants, ladders and stairs and cleaning products.
The smaller the breed, the faster your dog will get to adulthood. A Poodle ends growing around 9 months of age, while a Danish grows up to 18 months of age.