THE PUPPY PROCESS

NOTE TO SELF: HAVING A PUPPY IS NOT EASY
Our staffs will be more than happy to advice you on the recommended diet, tips and tricks to settle a puppy in. We also work with dog trainers that will be able to provide you with professional tips on obedience training. 
However  please be mentally, physically and financially prepared. Do your research before committing to a puppy. 
Puppy phase may be the cutest but it is often the hardest. 
House-breaking, boundaries, separation anxiety, crying at night (Yes, majority of the puppies cry at night). 

THE RIGHT PUPPY FOR ME
Things to consider - size, shedding/non-shedding, energy level & your lifestyle etc.
Not every puppy/dog is suitable for everyone. Which is why we encourage you to make an appointment to meet the puppy as puppy-owner connection is rather important.
BRINGING THE PUPPY HOME
Once you've made the decision, here's a list of items we'd recommend to get you started: 
  • playpen
  • peepad, pee tray, housebreaking aid spray
  • stain & odour remover spray (for accidents)
  • nail cutter, comb, ear cleaner, toothbrush
  • rubber/plush/teething toys (lots of it)
  • puppy shampoo
  • leash & collar
all our puppies comes with a specially curated puppy pack to help ease you into their puppyhood. 

Here at Paws & Woofers, we offer lifelong support to our extended families. If you have any queries, our staffs are more than happy to assist you. Anytime.