Are you at work and have a new puppy that is not yet old enough to go outside due to not having their inoculations?
It is a big change having a new puppy in the home – lots of things to consider, we like it when new parents take the initiation and reach out to us well in advance of bringing a new puppy home.
We have a successful puppy package that our clients work with us through.
Our Puppy Pack includes…initially meeting the owners and looking at your home to decide on the most suitable equipment / living space and toys. We discuss the routine your puppy should be in – this should start on arrival at your home, laying down positive boundaries that will teach and encourage a healthy happy puppy within a safe environment.
We offer our puppy package visits in which a team member can visit your puppy, feed them, let them out to do their business and give them 30 minutes of stimulation, training and play.
Woodland Walkies, for company and stimulation, can visit your puppy when you are unable to.
The first few weeks and months for a puppy are the most formative and will shape how your new family member fits in with you for the rest of their life.
Our Puppy Pack includes…
- Company visit, lots of cuddles, attention and playtime when you are unable during your working day.
- Teach your puppy beginner training commands, we stick to your routine and family training schedule.
- Take your puppy out for a walk (once injections complete)lead and road awareness training.
- Clean up any accidents.
- Change puppy training pads.
- Replenish their water.
- Feed your puppy if requested to do so.
- Puppy updates during the day from Woodland Walkies on our facebook page www.facebook.com/WoodlandWalkiesPenarthPuppy walks
- Our home visit and playtime includes our puppy training program, advice and support.
Once your puppy has had both injections, we can then take your puppy out for walks. Walks are great for socializing and teaching your puppy, as well as helping to stimulate their minds and give them the exercise they require.
How long should your puppy be walked for?
5 minutes exercise per month of age. Up to twice a day once fully grown they can go out for much longer walks with the Woodland Walkies fur club gang…
Have you had your puppy micro chipped?
For more information please ask Woodland Walkies about the importance of micro chipping your dog.
Initial meeting consultation…
Before we can confirm a booking with regards to any of our services a free consultation meeting must be arranged. During the consultation meeting you will be able to ask questions, this meeting also gives us the opportunity to spend some quality time with you and your dogs before the booking.
- Meeting at your home and discussing your requirements.
- Meeting and getting to know your puppy – this encourages them to feel safe once we start our visits.
- Going through security – locking up your home and keys.
- Going through the registration portal process.
- Feeding and general routine for your puppy.
- Questions and concerns can we asked and answered during the meeting. You may have more questions after the visit – not a problem just contact us to have a chat.
To register click here http://www.woodland-walkies.co.uk/client-portal/
Our professional portal system allows clients to upload their own details secure and safely as well as their dogs including vet’s details,vaccinations and any medications. All bookings must be registered in our portal system – this ensures we do not miss any important information about your home security and dogs wellbeing but also that when you pet is in our care they are covered by our insurance.
What happens after our Puppy has had all his vaccinations…
Walking a puppy can often give owners a dilemma. To work out how long to walk your puppy for, start with our general rule then consider your own dog’s circumstances.
A general rule when walking a puppy is five minutes per month of age.
This suggestion is particularly good for dogs who are going to grow rapidly and whose skeleton can be damaged with over-exercise. However, there are other factors to consider which could alter your routine:
Consider how strenuous the walk is. A lot depends on what type of surface you are walking on and whether the puppy is on lead or free running. Bigger breeds, in particular, should not overdo it as it can damage their fast-growing bones.
Regularly walking your puppy to the point of exhaustion isn’t sensible and can cause skeletal damage to growing youngsters.
Play games at home and devise other activities that employ his brain with training commands. At home he can break off for a nap if he is tired, but on a walk he may have to keep going.
Mental exercise is equally as important and is just as tiring for your puppy. If you start to introduce training, particularly using clicker training, you will find that 10 minutes’ training is just as good as 30 minutes’ free running in terms of settling the puppy down.
For more information or to set up a free consultation with us please contact email@example.com