Getting a new Goldendoodle puppy is super fun and exciting. You now have this fun playmate to interact with and you will be able to create a strong bond with them. However, along with all of the fun comes the responsibility of caring for another life. If you are going to be working some of the time, it is very important that your puppy has a safe place to go during this time. A great location to send them to is going to be a pet day care. All pet day cares aren't the same though, so it is important that you search for one that is going to be the best fit for your puppy. This article will discuss 2 things to look for when you are trying to find a pet day care for your Goldendoodle puppy.
Since your puppy will likely be spending a portion of their day, several days per week, in the pet day care, it is a good idea to search for one that offers puppy training. It is so important that your puppy is trained from a young age because this will make all of the difference in the world when it comes to how they are as a pet. If you can find a day care that also offers puppy training for a portion of the time that your puppy is there, this allows you to take care of two things at one time. You will just want to be sure that you continue to work with your puppy when they are home so that they learn to respond to you as their master.
Interaction With Other Dogs And Puppies
Your puppy also needs to learn how to interact well with other dogs and puppies. This will make it much easier to take your dog out in public and will also make things easier for you and your dog if you ever decide to bring another dog into the family. When looking for a pet day care, you can ask how many other puppies and dogs will be there, and how the layout is set up for interaction. Many day cares keep the puppies together in a separate area from the adult dogs as a safety precaution, at least until they are a bit bigger and it is safer from the to interact with larger dogs. This is great for your puppy because it slowly allows them to interact with other dogs in a safe environment.
For more information, talk to a professional like Karla's Pet Rendezvous.