Im getting a puppy on 28th april, see pics, sooo cute
This is my new puppy Skamp and he will be joining us on the 28th April, he will be 8 weeks old, hes a staffordshire bull terrier and I can't wait, soooo excited. Anyone got tips on training or experience of owning one of these beautiful dogs. I have another dog that he will need to be introduced to and not quite sure how to go about it, tips and opinions please laides
Its so cut my little boy wakes up each morning and say puppy, want puppy
Remember to take him out after every feed/drink/sleep and play time. Only let him have his own toys, we also avoided toys that looked and felt like children teddys so the dogs/puppies did not confuse them with the childrens toys. Intoduction make sure when they are together for the first while that they are both watched constantly and that your not giving the pup all the attention otherwise your current dog may feel pushed out and get jealous (seen this first hand with my mums dogs lol). If you other dog crated? Crating can help with toileting and also stops pups destorying your house.
They are very playful but also want to please you my friend breeds them and they have always seemed lovely and good with "commands".
I wish you luck and hope he settles in nicely. It was hell for us having 1 adult GSD and 10 pups lmao but worth it with play times
Toilet train asap! If they go to the toilet indoors move them straight away to the place you do want them to toilet in the future eg. the garden. If when its older you don't want it to go on the sofa's ect, don't let it when it is a puppy, we used to always hold our pup on the sofa and now she just jumps all over them. Our bulldog puppy is now nearly 9 months so if you need any tips feel free to PM me!
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