Puppy culture, socialization while nurturing, health care maintenance such as dewarming and vaccinations
We are a professional and small family-type Siberian husky kennel. To maintain our kennel we have a job far different from breeding activity, so the kennel as itself is not our main source of income. As you may hear such words “we should take care as many dogs as we are able to maintain at a time to provide them the best life for years”. That’s why we have puppies quite rarely, 1-2 times a year.
1.We keep the mother in the correct emotional state
2. In the correct physical condition
3. Feed the mother well so that she can feed her children at least up to 1 month of age. 4. Provide the right environment for husky kids 5. Socialize the puppies 6. Introduce complementary foods for puppies, and then completely transfer them to self-feeding. Monitor their diet 7. Wash and clean up everything behind them 8. Keep them busy during the day so that they learn to sleep at night 9. We do the deworming by schedule 10. We do all the vaccinations according to the schedule, we maintain quarantine 11. We do not nurture the puppies on slippery surfaces. We use a special rough surfaces in the house, or outdoor walking with different types of coverage. It is important to maintain the correct development of the musculoskeletal system 12. We raise puppies mainly on specialized feed. And at the same time, we introduce different types of fresh products into the diet. So that the puppy in the future does not have problems with the gastrointestinal tract when switching from one type of food to another 13. We carry out comprehensive high-quality socialization of puppies, taking into account the psychology of animals 14. We start the potty training with them, accustom them to a collar, to a harness, and to walk on a leash or show lead, also accustom them to people, to children, to automobiles, to various shapes, objects and sounds 15. We strive to raise a puppy so that it would be easy for the future owner to live with him, to teach him 16. We minimize the risk of developing food aggression in a puppy in the early stages of life