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Good behaviour in puppies

By far the best way to make sure your dog is a polite delight is to get it used to your rules from an early age, and then stick to them.

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Feeding your puppy the right diet

If you want your puppy to grow up into a happy, healthy dog – and who doesn’t? – you must feed it well.

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Teaching your puppy to sit

Help your puppy learn that when you say “Sit”, it should sit down! With a little patience and lots of treats and praise, you should soon be able to train your pup to sit down on command.

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Vaccinate your puppies against disease

Every puppy should be vaccinated as soon as it is old enough, as this defends against some very nasty conditions that can cause serious illness and even death.

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A guide to house training your puppy

Going to the toilet is one of the most natural things in the world, but you will need to spend some time helping your puppy understand when and where it’s OK.

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Protecting your puppy from fleas

Fleas are tiny parasites that feed on the blood of animals, or sometimes people if they get the chance.

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Protecting your puppy from worms

These unpleasant parasites, which make their home inside your puppy’s body, might have been passed to your puppy by its mother.

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Teaching your puppy to lie down

Being able to get your pet to lie down is one of the key dog training skills so give it a go!

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Teaching your puppy to stay

You will find it much easier to control your dog throughout its life if it masters the art of staying put, and it’s much easier to train a young pup than an adult dog.

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