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|03-09-2014 02:17 PM|
Originally Posted by TheDakotaShow View Post
I have to ask... what inspired you to get a vulnerable young puppy so soon after having a parvo dog in your household?
Honestly, I don't mean to rain on your parade, but you can't lock a GSD in a bedroom until vaccines are complete. Puppies need to be trained and socialized, they need to get out and play and experience the world, and the window for this closes after a certain age. Believe me, you don't want an antisocial GSD that is afraid of everything, and the breed has a lot of problems with this in the first place.
Unfortunately, I have no more suggestions except maybe to let someone else raise and socialize the pup until she is fully vaccinated.
|03-09-2014 05:53 AM|
Originally Posted by Freestep View Post
Yes I'm aware about parvo. Unfortunately our last pup died from parvo. She did deficate and throw up on our laminate and outside on our patio. Which we cannot bleach. Im very scared of the parvo getting this new pup and am doing my best to prevent that again. By far one of the worst experiences of my life. But in reality parvo is everywhere. Any suggestions?
I wish you mis misunderstood that she's in a den. She's almost definitely going to out grow her space in a few weeks. Trying to work on a back up plan.
|03-09-2014 01:22 AM|
|Redrider469||Beautiful pup. Congrats and welcome!!|
|03-09-2014 01:12 AM|
Did you know that in California, it's against the law to sell puppies under the age of 8 weeks? Where did you get this puppy? If it's from someone who feeds Kibbles n' Bits, I'm assuming it wasn't a reputable breeder.
If your last dog had Parvo only ten months ago, you're going to have your work cut out for you keeping your puppy from getting it. Parvo lasts in the environment for years, so you probably still have parvovirus hanging around your house and yard. Did you clean everything with bleach solution?
I just read that you're planning on keeping this puppy in a bedroom until her vaccine series is done at around 16 weeks? Tell me I misunderstood that.
|03-08-2014 11:02 PM|
Originally Posted by mycobraracr View Post
|03-08-2014 10:52 PM|
|mycobraracr||Hello and welcome. You came to the right place for good information.|
|03-08-2014 10:51 PM|
Originally Posted by The Packman View Post
|03-08-2014 10:37 PM|
Welcome abaord !
My best advice: Get a crate and don't keep it in the same room that you sleep in.
|03-08-2014 09:37 PM|
Had her first doctors visit yesterday.
First set of shots, along with dewormer.
Has round worms so currently feeding round worm meds.
Also, getting off of her horrible kibble n bits diet (last owner was feeding), currently feeding prescription diet for a week and will need to find a new food for her.
|03-08-2014 09:31 PM|
Dakota from California! New member/Owner
Hoping some of you can direct me in the right direction with my new addition to the family.
My wife and I just got our 7 week old German Shepherd (Dakota) on 3/5/14. Were looking for some guidance on how to raise our puppy the right way and stay away from the myths.
Our last dog died from Parvo 10 months ago. So we are limited to a den (basic bedroom size room) for our pup until she has all her shots.
Any threads or videos I should watch would be very helpful. I have done a decent job at crate training her but trying to calm down the biting and potty training. Im currently using pee-pads and I have a few Kong toys.