- 1 Is it OK to take puppy to pet store?
- 2 When can a puppy go to a pet store?
- 3 What age can I take my puppy to PetSmart?
- 4 Does PetSmart allow puppies?
- 5 Can I take a puppy to Costco?
- 6 Can I take my puppy outside to pee before vaccinations?
- 7 Can my puppy get parvo from my backyard?
- 8 When can puppies get a bath?
- 9 Can I carry my unvaccinated puppy outside?
- 10 Can I take my puppy for a walk before injections?
- 11 When can puppies go outside to pee?
- 12 Can I take my puppy to PetSmart before vaccinations?
- 13 Can I take my 8 week old puppy to the store?
- 14 When should I start obedience training my puppy?
There is no definitive answer, as each store has their own policies. Some stores allow puppies under 10 weeks old, while others may not allow any pets at all. It is always best to ask the store manager before bringing your puppy in.
Is it OK to take puppy to pet store?
There is no harm in taking your puppy to a pet store, but please be aware that some of the animals there may be sick or injured. If you are unsure about the health or safety of an animal at a pet store, ask the store personnel for their opinion.
When can a puppy go to a pet store?
Puppies can go to a pet store when they are 8 to 12 weeks old.
What age can I take my puppy to PetSmart?
Puppies generally leave their mother’s side at around 8 weeks old. They are ready to go to a new home by 10-12 weeks old.
Does PetSmart allow puppies?
Yes, PetSmart allows puppies.
Can I take a puppy to Costco?
Yes, you can take a puppy to Costco. However, it is important to read the store’s policies regarding pets before bringing your pup along. Some stores have specific rules about how many pets a customer can bring in at one time, and how big the pets must be.
Can I take my puppy outside to pee before vaccinations?
There is no need to take your puppy outside to pee before vaccinations. Puppies will often go outside to relieve themselves shortly after eating or drinking, but there is no need to wait until after the vaccinations to do so.
Can my puppy get parvo from my backyard?
There is a very low risk of your puppy getting parvo from your backyard. Parvo is a highly contagious virus that can be spread through contact with respiratory secretions, such as saliva or mucus, from an infected animal. Puppies are particularly susceptible to the virus since they are still developing their immune systems.
When can puppies get a bath?
Puppies should be bathed as soon as possible after they are born, but it’s best to wait until they are at least six weeks old.
Can I carry my unvaccinated puppy outside?
Yes, you can carry your unvaccinated puppy outside, but be aware that they may contract some diseases while outdoors. Make sure to keep them vaccinated and safe.
Can I take my puppy for a walk before injections?
There is no harm in taking your puppy for a short walk before injections, but it’s important to keep in mind that puppies are still learning how to walk and may not be able to handle too much excitement. It’s also important to be patient with them and let them take their time walking so they don’t get tired or injured.
When can puppies go outside to pee?
Puppies should be able to go outside to pee between the ages of 8 and 12 weeks old.
Can I take my puppy to PetSmart before vaccinations?
There is no definitive answer, but it’s generally not recommended to take a puppy to a pet store before their vaccinations. Puppies are very fragile and can be easily injured, and the vaccines may not be fully effective if given too early. You may want to wait until the puppies have had their first round of vaccinations and are at least six weeks old before taking them to a pet store.
Can I take my 8 week old puppy to the store?
Yes, you can take your 8 week old puppy to the store. However, it is important to keep him supervised at all times and make sure he doesn’t get into any dangerous situations.
When should I start obedience training my puppy?
Start obedience training your puppy as soon as he or she is able to follow basic commands. Puppies learn best when they are engaged in an activity that is fun and rewarding for them.