Pet-Care | How To Know The Correct Age Of The Puppy | Dog | Bhola Shola

Find more at http://www.bholashola.com

Download Our Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bholashola.bholashola&hl=en

Download Our iOS iPhone App:
https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/bhola-shola/id1331711986

====== Social Links ==========

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bholashola

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bholashola

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bholashola/

Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+bholashola

Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/bholashola/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bholashola

UC News: http://con.mp.ucweb.com/personal/index/2221e32ffcb3475cbb650a312d33410d

Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is a director of Bhola Shola Pet Services and Farm Private Limited. In his videos, you can get deep knowledge about pets in the Hindi Language. He also tells most of the hidden aspects of Dog Business and Pets Business.

For more details about microchip registration click on the link for watching a complete video click on the link please
link:-https://youtu.be/eWosNEZXCEw

How to Tell How Old My New Puppy Is
People who meet and consider bringing home a new canine companion will want to know the puppy’s age. When you purchase your puppy from a dog breeder, you are given information about her health, weight, temperament, precise age and parents. However, the age and background are seldom known about puppies who are strays, rescued, adoptable, living in shelters or being sold at pet stores. Estimating a puppy’s age is possible if you examine tooth development or observe appearance and behavior.

Teeth
Step 1
Open your puppy’s mouth carefully so you can look at and feel her gums. When puppies are born their teeth have not emerged, and this phase lasts until they are about 1 month old. This toothless state allows puppies to nurse without hurting the mother dog.
Step 2
Check your puppy’s gums to determine if you can see or feel any signs of teeth. When puppies are about 1 month old, deciduous or baby teeth begin to erupt. Run your finger along the puppy’s gums, and if you feel little bumps, you can estimate your puppy’s age to be around 4 weeks old.
Step 3
Watch your puppy for signs of teething, such as drooling, chewing everything in sight, whining or showing other signs indicating pain and discomfort. The teething phase continues until a puppy is 6 to 8 weeks old. When she is about 45 days old, most of her deciduous teeth are piercing through the puppy’s gums and are very close together.
Step 4
Lift the puppy’s lip gently with your fingers to observe her teeth. If all 28 sharp baby teeth are fully visible and have begun to move apart to make space for her permanent teeth, your puppy is between 3 and 5 months old. Some veterinarians use charts, diagrams and complicated formulas to determine the age of a puppy over time by the type and number of permanent versus baby teeth.
Step 5
Examine your puppy’s mouth. By 4 or 5 months of age, some permanent teeth begin to appear. The first new permanent teeth are the incisors, and you may be able to count six shiny, white teeth with surfaces that are divided into three cusps. This tends to occur sooner in large breeds and a little later in smaller dogs.

Eyes and Ears
Observe your puppy to try to determine if she can see. If she cannot, your puppy is probably less than 2 weeks old. At birth, wild and domestic canines are blind, and their eyelids are shut tightly. The reason for this is that when puppies are born, their eyes are still developing and must be protected from potential damage and bright light.

Watch your puppy and you will notice changes in her vision. When puppies are between 10 days and 2 weeks old, their eyes open, but their vision is not yet fully developed or completely functional. It will take a few more weeks before puppies‘ eyes mature and their ability to see improves.

Items You Will Need
• Birth certificate or breed registration for your puppy
• Diagram of a dog’s mouth
• Chart describing puppy’s dental stages
• Chart presenting development of a dog’s senses
• Book or article about a puppy’s physical and behavioral milestones
Tips
• During the first few months of a puppy’s life, proper socialization with humans and other animals is essential. This is the time to expose puppies to anything they might encounter in the future, such as walking on different textures, including tile, carpeting, linoleum, grass, gravel, cement and asphalt, and meeting people of diverse ages, genders, races and abilities.
• Enroll in a puppy class that combines play and socialization with training. Puppy classes should encourage interaction between puppies of similar ages and between puppies and a variety of humans.
From:-www.dailypuppy.com

Thanks for watching our video. Please like this video if you liked it. Also, subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/BholaShola

Author: admin-Ben