When trimming our Doberman puppy’s nails for the very first time, he absolutely hated it. Now at 4 months old, nail trimming is a non-event for him.
The Doberman is a highly energetic breed and an adult Doberman requires at least 2 hours of daily exercise to alleviate this energy. So what does this translate to a puppy who hasn’t received its full round of vaccination and rabies shot yet? This article documents how we mentally stimulate our doberman puppy at home.
Interested in adding a Doberman puppy to your family and wondering how much it will initially cost you? I go over the breakdown for the first month Doberman puppy total cost of ownership in this article. You must be fully and financially vested before making the commitment.
Atlas earned back his dog bed and dog crate after 4 whole weeks of not piddling on the carpet or inside his crate. We took away Atlas’ dog bed and crate bed just one week after we brought him home due to piddling.
Atlas turned 13 weeks old and has been in our household for one entire month. I am sharing our experience as first time dog owners and our life with a European Doberman puppy, month 1. If you’re considering a Doberman puppy and if you are a first time dog owner, this article will ring home. I wrote this article to give potential first time Doberman owners a feel of what it is like to live with a Doberman puppy for the first month.
So you’ve picked up your Doberman puppy, now what? If you are a new dog owner, like us, then this guide to puppy pick-up day will be especially useful. Find out what must-have puppy supplies to stock and never run short of with this guide.
Aside from the trip home from San Jose at 8 weeks old, Atlas hasn’t gone on any long car rides. That is, until this past Friday, January 24th, to visit our son’s grandparents for Chinese New Year. This was Atlas’ first long car ride with us.
When Atlas turned 11 weeks old, I began introducing Atlas to fresh food by Freshpet Nature’s Fresh balanced meal to his diet.
My first attempt at posting my Doberman’s ears. Atlas has been on the same ear posts since the day he left his home in Northern California.
Atlas has been with our family for exactly 10 days now. Atlas has hit a milestone with his crate training progress. He has finally learned to love his crate. Atlas understands that it is a place to sleep and to settle down after a long play time.