Beyond Food and Toys: What Your New Pet Really Needs in Philippines

Beyond Food and Toys: What Your New Pet Really Needs in Philippines

Beyond Food and Toys: What Your New Pet Really Needs in Philippines

Beyond Food and Toys: What Your New Pet Really Needs in Philippines
Beyond Food and Toys: What Your New Pet Really Needs in Philippines

Understand and correctly right ways to raise your dogs in the better conditions. It is not enough when just randomly picking a dog or cat and let them eat as much as possible. Asiapata is willing to share with you some effective guidlines when raising your dogs, especially in Philippines.

1. Essential Preparations for Your New Pet’s Arrival:

1.1 Food

It’s crucial to choose food formulated for your pet’s age, breed, and activity level. Consult your veterinarian to determine the most suitable diet for your furry friend. If you’re adopting a pet who has already been on a specific food, it’s recommended to continue with that brand initially to avoid digestive upset.

1.2. Water

Fresh, clean water is vital for your pet’s health and well-being. Invest in a high-quality water bowl and position it in a readily accessible location away from their litter box or food area. Refill the bowl frequently throughout the day and clean it regularly to maintain hygiene.

2. Knowlegable preparation when bringing your new dogs to home

2.1. In feeding habit aspect:

  • Provide your puppy with 3-4 meals per day to ensure adequate nutrient intake and support their growing body.

  • Ensure bowls, plates, and other feeding utensils are thoroughly cleaned and dried after each meal to prevent bacterial growth.

  • Keep a clean and accessible water source available for your puppy at all times. Hydration is crucial for their overall health and well-being.

2.2. In Puppy’s Health

Deworming Schedule:

Puppies < 6 months: begin deworming treatment at 1 month of age. Repeat it montly until they are 6 months.

Puppies > 6 months: begin deworming treatment at every 3-4 months

Vaccination Protocol: In Philippines, most of people are animal lovers, so they really keep their eyes on their pets’ health. So vaccination is crucial for protecting your puppy against deadly diseases, essential vaccines include:

  • Carre (Carre Distemper)

  • Pavovirus (Canine Pavovirus)

  • Hepatitis (Adenovirus type 1)

  • Respiratory Disease (Adenovirus type 2)

  • Parainfluenza

  • Leptospirosis

2.3. In Urine & Feces trainings

Urine & Feces are common problems that create annoying feelings for Philipines pet owners, but with patience and consistency, you can effectively housetrain your puppy.

  • Spend the initial days observing your puppy’s routine to identify their typical toileting times. This often occurs after waking up in the morning and 10-15 minutes following meals. However, individual dogs may have unique schedules based on their biological clocks.
  • Pay attention to your puppy’s behavior. When they need to go, they may start circling, squatting, or stretching their hind legs.
  • Then, you choose an Appropriate Container: a low-sided wooden or cardboard box is ideal, allowing your puppy to enter and exit easily.

I hope these above dog care tips will help you make the best preparation and enjoy life with your lovely companions. May you and your furry companion enjoy a lifetime of love, laughter, and unforgettable moments together!

Xem thêm

Kinh nghiệm chuẩn bị nhà chào đón thú cưng cho người mới

Points to Note: Shipping your pets from Vietnam to Japan