We outline our feeding guidelines and what we do ourselves. Generally young puppies are fed freely. They learn to moderate them selves this way.
Don’t play tug of war. That’s the worst thing for puppies of a retriever breed. It establishes dominance and is counterproductive to retriever training later.
Absolutely! Puppies like the security of feeling like they are in a den. It should be the place where they sleep and gives them a place to feel safe.
You can choose any name you like to call your puppy. Take some time to get to know your new addition and let us know a week or so after puppy goes home.
Yes, your puppy is permanently identified with a chip that has been implanted under the skin between the shoulders. The chip is the size of a grain of rice.
Your puppy will have had a veterinary check up prior to going home. She will have had her first vaccinations and been de-wormed at least twice.
Your puppy will be eating dry kibble when he leaves us. We encourage you to feed a good quality diet. We use Authority brand available at Petsmart.