Typically, a puppy should be bathed about once a month. However, depending on the breed and activities of the dog, more frequent bathing may be necessary. More »

To bathe a puppy, wet her with warm water, and wash her with shampoo and warm water. Dry her with a towel, and let her shake off water. Take caution so that she doesn't shake water onto clean items. More »

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A Shih Tzu needs a bath about every two weeks. Bathing them every two weeks or so keeps the oils in the skin from building up. More »

A Bichon Frise puppy cut, also known as a lamb trim or lamb cut, is a way of grooming a Bichon Frise breed of dog such that the dog has closely-cropped fur all over its trunk and legs. The fur on the head and tail is lef... More »

Basic supplies for caring for an Australian shepherd puppy include bowls for food and water, a leash and collar, bedding, toys and grooming supplies. A puppy also needs puppy food, appropriate shelter, a crate and an ide... More »

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The first step in providing a safe, comfortable home for a golden retriever puppy is to buy all of the necessary supplies before bringing the dog home for the first time. This includes food and water bowls, a leash and c... More »

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The phases of puppy growth start at the neonatal stage at a puppy's first two weeks, then continues to the transitional period, the socialization period, the ranking period and finally, the adolescent period. Each part o... More »

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