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Raising a puppy isn’t easy. It’s fun, and adorable, sometimes frustrating, but not easy . Those little critters that steal a piece of our heart and become adored members of the family are a lot like toddlers. They throw a fit when they get hungry, make a mess when they eat, have accidents where they’re not supposed to, spill things on furniture, or your new cream colored rug, and ruin clothing. Sleep through and entire night? Forget it! At the end of each messy, exhausting day though, we cuddle up with the little buggers and wouldn’t trade watching them grow for anything in the world.
To make this child rearing of sorts a bit easier on us, Purina Puppy Chow® is giving us a helping hand with Puppyhood.com, an engaging online resource for new and future puppy owners to learn all about how to care for their pet through it’s first years. Think of it as “What to Expect…” for your fur-kids. Here you’ll find information on puppy health and care, puppy training, puppy nutrition, and even puppy grooming. A one stop shop for everything puppy — I mean you only get one shot at those first years!
Joining the Puppyhood not only gives you and your pup a customized learning experience, helpful tools and exclusive benefits and coupons on the journey to doghood, but it makes you a rockstar puppy parent. As a member, you can access special features, including a puppy milestone tracker, expert advice and puppy destinations and resources in your own community. Now you’ll be the one in the know at your next visit to the dog park.
For more information or to get registered, just visit Puppyhood.com and enter some basic information. Just for registering you’ll receive a coupon for a free bag of dog food and lord knows us puppy parents will go through plenty of that! Once registered you’ll be well on your way to raising a healthy, happy, well mannered four legged member of the family.
Do you have a puppy? Are you thinking about adding one to your family? What questions do you have about raising a puppy? Let me know in the comments below and thanks for reading!