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Ava puppies

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Ava puppies

  1. 1. Puppies By Ava
  2. 2. Table Of Contents 1 Birth 2 Feeding 3 Training
  3. 3. Birth A puppy is born with their eyes closed. There eyes don’t on till 3 weeks later. The puppies does not begin trying to walk until as very early as 2 weeks and as late as 5 weeks old. They don’t automatically now how walk when they try they always stumble just like little babies do. At almost about 6 weeks old, a dam will start encouraging her pups to venture out and slowly become more independent.
  4. 4. Feeding Puppies need to eat 3 times a day. About when they are about 8 months to 1 year old. Puppies need to eat 3 times a day, until they are about 8 months to 1 year old. Later on, an owner should go down to 2 meals a day. When they become an adult, they can be fed 1 meal a day. It is not a good idea to leave trash out where a dog can reach it. Many foods that we throw away can be toxic to them.
  5. 5. Training When you teach a puppy the “Come” command, it is best to kneel down so that you are at their same level. A puppy can begin learning commands from the very first day that you bring them home like come and sit. A three month old puppy can hold there potty for at least 3 hours. A two month old can hold it for 2 hours. The puppies will learn house training a lot faster if the owner chooses 1 spot as the designated bathroom area.
  6. 6. About The Author The author of this book is Ava. She is in third grade. The author picked this topic because she loves puppies so much.