TeddiPoo shih tzu + bichon + poodle
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Why I Don't Show Puppies
Till 7 Weeks of Age.
I want to do all I can to insure a healthy puppy is sold to you.
Once the puppy is 7 weeks,
the puppy can be shown or a play date can be scheduled.
To avoid health issues
We no longer show the puppy's parents
photos of the puppy's mother and father
they steal the puppy’s nutrition.
the above is just some of the worst diseases they can get.
A simple cold can be tough on a young pup.
That is WHY I wait to show my puppies in person.
The puppy's immune systems need time to develop.
Vaccinations aids in protecting them against the odds if given at the right times and in the right amounts.
Think of it this way,
I can ride a bike a 1000 times without needing my helmet...
I only need it when there is an accident.
You can meet me and available puppies
during scheduled appointments
You can meet pre-sold puppies at scheduled play dates and
when their owners are present;)
We wish to keep our insurance costs as low as possible
and other overhead costs to a minimum
which keeps our puppy's prices lower.
When does a PUPPY
open it eyes, ears and more
EYES - opens usually 5-14 days of age
PANT - about 6 days old...helps to relate their body temperature
EARS - will be able to hear at about 14 days
BODY TEMPERATURE - can regulate between 16-20 days of age
WATER & DRY FOOD - get to try (play with) at 4-5 weeks of age
DEHYDRATION - can regulate at 56 days of age
TEETH - baby teeth will start to be replaced by adult teeth
between 13 weeks to 8 months
BLOOD SUGAR - regulate at 4 months of age
Why it is important to feed more than once a day