Resources for Puppies
Find out all our best tips and tricks to successfully crate-train your new puppy.
Dental care is extremely important to the long-term health of your puppy. The best dental care routines start in puppyhood. Read more about why dental care is important, and the steps you need to take to care for your puppies' teeth.
Flea and tick prevention is essential for protecting your puppy throughout their life. Fleas and ticks are not only very common problems in our area, but they can also lead to serious health concerns and are preventable. Read more about the importance of year-round flea and tick control.
Heartworm disease is a very serious illness and can be deadly for your pet. If detected, treatment can be both costly and painful. Read more about this dangerous disease and how to prevent it.
House training can be one of the first, and most difficult challenges you face when owning a new puppy. We have assembled all our best tips for making the house-training process a success for you and your puppy.
Puppies are known for getting into anything and everything. That is why it is important to recognize the household dangers for your puppy before they get into trouble. Find out what common household items could pose a health hazard to your puppy.
Pet insurance is one of the best ways you can plan for medical expenses for your puppy throughout their life. From preventative wellness veterinary care to catastrophic accident plans insurance comes in many shapes and sizes. Read more to see if pet insurance might be a good fit for your family.
Use this fun printable to see how many things you can expose your puppy to in a positive way. Positive experiences to a variety of stimuli help your puppy to not be fearful later in life.
Intestinal parasites are very common in puppies and adult dogs and are easily treatable. Read more about intestinal parasites and why we screen for them.
Spaying and neutering is an important step in puppy ownership to prevent unwanted behaviors and protect against certain health conditions. Read more about what is involved in the procedure here.