first few difficult
First of all, congratulations on having a dog! It doesn’t matter if you bought it or took it for free from the shelter. Consider in this article how to prepare at home for the appearance of the dog and how to behave the first time.
For the first few days in a new home, the dog may be stressed. She may not understand where she is and may not know what to expect from the new owner. To smooth the transition period, it is necessary to create a clear structure of the relationship between the dog with you (as with the main owner) and the dog with the rest of the family.
Before driving a dog to the house:
Determine where the dog will spend most of its time.
Due to environmental changes, the dog will be stressed and for some time may forget the rules of behavior in the house. The best place to get a dog to start with is almost always a kitchen, as it is easiest to clean. Continue reading