It is important to keep puppies with their litter and/or other dogs until they are at least 6-8 weeks old.
A lack of socialisation during the a puppy's life can have lasting effects and cause behavioural problems.
Socialisation includes exposure to many different people, experiences, objects, environments.
Over-exercising a growing puppy you can overtire it and damage its developing joints, causing early arthritis. A good rule of thumb is a ratio of five minutes exercise per month of age (up to twice a day) until the puppy is fully grown.
This package consists of 1 or more 30 minute visits each day as puppies should not be left alone for very long as this can cause problems in later life.
Puppies should not be left for longer than 4 hours so we are able to provide double sessions or 2 visits a day if needed
Individualised mental and physical enrichment plan based on your puppy's bespoke needs as well as expected physical, socialization and behaviour changes over the weeks including gentle handling, exposure to a range of sensory stimulation, supported exploration and positive social experiences
Fresh water and food will be given after exercise only to avoid bloat and some food will be fed by hand to increase positive associations with humans as well as clean, dry bedding if needed.