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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-03-2014, 07:38 PM Thread Starter
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how to handle and train my puppy

for some of u this may seem weird, the thing is that i just got a new puppy two days ago. its not my first dog but its my first puppy. shes 1 and a half month, and i have no idea how to start train her or at what age.she doesnt even knows her name yet.and i kinda dont know what to do.and she shakes while sleeping and im getting bit freaked out.
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If she just jerks while sleeping, like twitches, then that's OK. People say they dream of running lol. Maybe that's true
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She's way too young, should've been still with her mom and litter.

No training, build a bond first she's a baby, infant in human terms.
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i got her got my neighbor wanted to throw her out.and i have no clue how to raise a puppy.shes getting well with my other dog and cat and playing together.and the internet search gives so many conflicted answers
thx for the quick reply coz i spent the past two days just reading infos and trying to get some answers
what about her shaking?
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i read about the dreams and i got ok until i reached a point in the book that the dog maybe suffering and sick
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To teach her her name, sit on the floor with her, say her name, then feed her a small amount of food, over and over again.

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To teach her her name, sit on the floor with her, say her name, then feed her a small amount of food, over and over again.
i already tried that in the morning " i read alot" lol and she doesnt really takes anything from my hand. when i feeding her from my hand she goes and stand under my other dog for some reason :P
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Try something really tasty, like cheese.

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Some mild twitching while sleeping is normal, but my best suggestion for you is to take your pup to your veterinarian for a first checkup as soon as possible. It's a bit young for the transition, and your vet can tell you what to feed it and give you general care instructions for your new family member.
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she went to the vet yesterday but i just got worry at whatever coz i dont wanna be doing something wrong to her
she got a shot and flee drops and a gd diet and the vet said all is gd, and i keep telling him shes a bit fat in the bum :P
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