A. Puppies that are a good match will probably have an equally good match, or can tolerate it. If they are very young, or have any other difficulty at first, a parent (or someone experienced in companion dogs) will need to be trained to meet the child and find the best match. If you are interested, please see the Puppies For Sale section in the Puppy section.
Q. In my dog I know, he/she always sleeps in my bed. Is this normal?
A. Yes, puppies do sleep in your bed (if they are going to bed) and are likely to eventually. Some adult dogs prefer to stay in the crate during their first few weeks of life for the same reason, but their first few months are spent in the “home” environment, with a mother and her puppies on a small living area. It will take an experienced dog to learn the “pussy moves” of putting his/her nose on the floor and sleeping on the floor, then later getting up to go somewhere.
Q. How long will the baby sleep alone in her crib with me?
A. They’ll sleep together initially, but over time they’ll get used to each other sleeping separately and then in the bed.
Q. Is it necessary to share the couch (or any other type of sleeping area) with my puppy for the first week or two?
A. The way they are raised in the first few weeks is to have a “home” that is “the home” (or place where they will be happy). It is important to stay together with your puppy until your puppy is comfortable (a “nursery phase” or “bed time”). When you get together (especially if you both love to play) to play, your baby will be happy to see you. Remember to tell them to “sit,” “be quiet,” etc. in case they might be afraid they will make a noise and you shouldn’t.
Q. What should I do when I get home to my puppy and he’s still asleep in the crib? Is he too cold?
A. This is a common and hard-to-tackle problem. While your puppy probably wouldn’t want to be left alone, be very gentle when letting him go to bed. Letting your puppy lie in the crib for a few minutes after you get home will help. It can be difficult to get to where he is when you are doing chores. The solution
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