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Who doesn’t love a puppy? It’s pretty safe to assume the most people do in fact love these little bundles of joy! Puppies are born with their eyes closed and do not open for about three weeks-time. A puppy does not begin trying to walk until it’s a couple of weeks old and some as late as five weeks old. If you have ever watched a puppy try to walk, you will know that it stumbles and falls much like a toddler.

Who doesn’t love a puppy? It’s pretty safe to assume the most people do in fact love these little bundles of joy! Puppies are born with their eyes closed and do not open for about three weeks-time. A puppy does not begin trying to walk until it’s a couple of weeks old and some as late as five weeks old. If you have ever watched a puppy try to walk, you will know that it stumbles and falls much like a toddler.

Lastly, we are dedicated to the careful care and maintenance of each species in our care. With our vast network of affiliates in our industry we are also able to acquire virtually any product from Custom Aquarium Stands to Designer Ball Python Morphs.

Out of the five senses: smell, touch, hearing, taste and touch a puppy will experience touch first. At about the six week mark, a dam will commence encouraging her pups to venture out and slowly, become a more independent pup.

As a general rule of thumb, when choosing a new puppy, aim for a pet that is not to energetic, nor one that is non-energetic. Choose one that falls some place in the middle of this spectrum.

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We all love providing our pet’s with treats from time-to-time, however, be sure to never exceed more than ten percent of daily intake on treats. Your puppy’s food is his or her sole source for nutrition which is required for a healthy animal. Also, do not fill up your pet’s belly with treats before meal time. Treats can be used during training periods, but use caution and not over do it.

Consider hard chew treats which will keep your puppy well entertained an may improve dental health by exercising the gums and scraping the teeth. It also satisfies teething and helps promote oral health.

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Fort Wayne Pet Hospital was established in 1969 by Dr. Lynn Martin and has been serving our community with excellent veterinary services, ever since. When you take your new puppy or kitten home, rest assured that we have provided your animal with the best possible pre-care and extend this care for you for a full seven days, through our partnership with Fort Wayne Pet Hospital.

For any veterinarian services, for your new or existing pet, we highly suggested Fort Wayne Pet Hospital. With a complete line of veterinarian services, rest assured that from the annual wellness exam, to life saving surgery and in-house lab work, Fort Wayne Pet Hospital has both your pet and your best interests in mind. For Veterinarian services in Fort Wayne, don’t hesitate to reach out to them.

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We don’t recommend paper training a puppy that you will eventually want to eliminate outside your home. Doing so prolongs the housebreaking process because you first encourage eliminating indoors, then you must discourage it. Consistently follow the steps below to teach your pet to eliminate outside.

1. Choose a convenient location, or two, where you want your pet to eliminate. The scent left at this place will remind your pet to eliminate when you take him there.

2. Be sure to take your pet to the area on a leash. While he eliminates, praise him. In general it’s not a good idea to leave your pet in the back yard by himself. You must be there to help focus his attention and to praise him within a second or two of elimination. Use a command like “do you thing”, “go potty”, etc. – your pet will associate the word with eliminating and this is a tremendously helpful connection for the future.

3. Stick to a schedule for feeding and walking your puppy so your pet can anticipate being taken out.

4.If you can’t watch your puppy, be sure to confine your pet to a small area, such as a dog crate or part of a tiled room when you cannot watch it. Dogs naturally avoid soiling their den or bed area. Close confinement helps to motivate your pet to wait to be taken outside and prevents damage to your home. If you must confine your pet longer than it can wait, give it extra space to help your pet eliminate away from its bed.

5. When your pet soils inside, be sure to clean the area with vinegar or an odor eliminator. We don’t suggest using ammonia. On carpets, soak up as much urine as possible with towels, then soak the carpet and padding with odor eliminator. If the area continues to emit an odor, your pet will be attracted to eliminate there again.


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Pup’s need well rounded, healthy meals and will need to eat a few times a day until they reach about eight months to one year old. At this age, they will need to eat twice a day. When a puppy reaches adult hood, they can be fed one meal a day.

Its not a good idea to feed your puppy food that was specifically packaged for another animal such as a cat. It’s unhealthy for them and can lead to serious ailments. In addition keep all rubbish such as food recycling bins away from your puppy and out of their reach. Many foods that we dispose of are unhealthy for your puppy and can also be toxic to them.

For the first while, perhaps a few days or so, continue feeding your new puppy the same brand of puppy food and use the same feeding schedule, prior to his arrival at your home. You can slowly switch your pups food based on and according to a veterinarians guidelines or on information provided your breeder. Use caution here because you want to avoid any intestinal upset that may be caused by switching your pup’s food. Start by mixing a small quantity of the new pet food with his or her current dietary intake. Over a ten day period you will want to add ten percent of the new food and remove ten percent of the old food gradually adding and removing ten percent per day until you reach a full one hundred percent swap. If you pup becomes constipated or vomit’s, reduce from ten percent swaps to five percent swaps and extend the total period of time over twenty days.


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Table scraps, unfortunately, for our puppies or adults dogs are a not a good idea. Many in the nutritional community believe that pets who are on a good quality, commercially prepared dry food are nutritionally better off than their owners, which has been shown clearly demonstrated in a number of studies. Table scraps tend to be higher in calories and not well balanced. Also, table scraps tend not to be fortified with the necessary vitamins and minerals that dogs require. Scraps could cause diarrhea or other gastrointestinal problems, which we definitely don’t want to subject your pet to. Finally, they do not provide the necessary nutrients their rapidly-growing bodies need. Feeding them from the table teaches them the bad habit of begging and may make housetraining more difficult for you.

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Petware House is fully committed to the care, protection and health of our pets. Many of our puppies are acquired through local breeders with whom we have excellent relationships with. Our partnerships extend themselves to our communities by first supporting local breeders and manufacturers which in turn benefit new and existing pet owners. In addition, if you should decide to purchase your new or existing puppy through Petware House, you will also receive a full seven days of health coverage through the Fort Wayne Pet Hospital, in the event that any health concerns should arise, which is unlikely, you will be fully covered.

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Petware House carries a large variety of snakes, lizards, amphibians, and insects. We specialize in breeding the areas most diverse selection of Ball Pythons. Below are some of the projects currently in development. Stop by to see what's available now.

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All animals regardless of type, need and deserve our respect and will rely on our care. In the same fashion, the respect and care for your family, friends and your parents we need to do the same for our pets. Treating your pet with gentleness and kindness is the perfect way to show you that you care for it.


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Petware House is conveniently located at 7477 Lima Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana, which is just moments north of West Cook Road and a few minutes drive from the I-69. While heading north on Lima Road, you will find us on the left hand side of Lima Road, next to DAVCO Auto. We have ample parking for our visitors, parking for seniors, handicap and expectant mom’s. Additional accessibility is available for handicap and for the delivery of large items into and out of our store location. Come into our new showroom for the largest selection of healthy pets, pet food, pet accessories and let our friendly, knowledgeable staff help you find that perfect pet and solutions that work best for you.

Our store is conveniently open Monday through Saturday, 10 AM through to 8PM and on Sundays from 12 noon to 5 PM. If you have any questions regarding our store location, business hours or for general inquiries, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for further assistance.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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