Hello, I’m CHACHA’s mom! Today’s video follows the must read before raising the poodle. This is Q&A that novice owners are curious about when they are just starting to raise dogs! 1. What about the initial feed?
Do you grow less if you feed less? They don’t grow less because they give less feed. Basically, a dog’s size is determined by the genes of its parent dog. They don’t grow in size because they give you less feed.
(My size is fixed) It’s like a human being.
If you don’t eat it, you’ll lose weight. Let’s not make our beloved dog malnourished!
(Give me enough feed!) The amount of feed varies depending on the type of feed.
Please refer to the table for details! 1~2 months – 1 day feed count (frequent) / Daily feed quantity (6~7% of weight)
2~4 months – 1 day feed count (4 times) / Daily feed quantity (4~5% of weight)
5-6 months – 1 day feed count (3 times) / Daily feed quantity (3~4% of weight)
6-12 months – 1 day feed count (3 times) / Daily feed quantity (2~3% of weight)
more than 12 months – 1 day feed count (2 times) / Daily feed quantity (2~3% of weight) It’s not an absolute figure, but you can adjust the amount of feed according to the state of the dog’s poop. A thin poop means a large amount of feed, and a hard poop means less! 2. When can I start training? CHACHA has been training since 2 1/2 months ago. But the timing is different depending on the dog. If you are not interested in training, the timing is fast, so try it in a few days! If you start training, don’t finish it once and train for about 10 minutes a day short every day.
(It’s my ass) Dogs need to train many times to remember and learn easily. 3. Do you give snacks when you train for two to three months?
When do you start giving snacks? No! When I first brought CHACHA, I wanted to give him some snacks.
(It’s like rubber.) I hastily cut him a small snack for his puppies, but don’t give him snacks when he is young! You could get enteritis! Please train as feed for at least six months! Snacking is good for your teeth after six months, and it’s good for your teeth to focus on hard snacks.
(Give me something to eat!) 4. Even with training, the dog can’t cover his bowels. What should I do? I think the same thing is true of dogs, just as people learn at different speeds. Furthermore, young puppies make frequent mistakes. CHACHA also had a lot of bad bowel movements until five to six months ago. I think wanting a perfect bowel movement when you’re a child is like having a 2- to 3-year-old go to the bathroom alone.
(I’m still a baby.) We train a lot, but I hope you realize that young dogs are not perfect. 5. The puppy keeps biting. It’s because it’s time for the puppy to grow teeth. Our CHACHA also asked with its teeth all day. The puppy has itchy teeth. Play Tug. Let’s cheer up a little by then since 10 to 11 months will be over with the teeth! 6. Do I have to socialize before I get all the shots? Yes! Socialization training is very important. CHACHA is so nervous because we didn’t meet people or dogs during the socialization period.
(hi) CHACHA is so nervous because we didn’t meet people or dogs during the socialization period.
(Where are you from?) CHACHA is so nervous because we didn’t meet people or dogs during the socialization period.
(Don’t pretend to be close.) CHACHA barks because he doesn’t like dogs and he’s afraid of people. CHACHA barks because he doesn’t like dogs and he’s afraid of people.
(Oh my!) It’s a good idea not to go for a walk until you’re done with the inoculation,
but I think it’s necessary to take a little hug and see people outside.
(I’m an outsider.) I regret that I couldn’t have socialization training during the socialization period because of all the people telling me to get vaccinated and take a walk. 7. When did you grow up after you first cut the dog’s hair? I think it was short until two months ago.
(It’s pretty even if you shave your hair.) Two months later, it was this long. 8. Toy poodles, how many months do you grow? Our CHACHA is a miniature poodle, but generally, all puppies grow up to about a year.
(I’m growing up.) There are a lot of people who sell them as Toypoodles even though it’s not Toy Poodle. It doesn’t matter what size it is because it’s already family. Today was Q&A for novice owners. Did it help you? If you have any more questions, please leave them in the comments! I’ll let you know if I know. 🙂 See you in the next video.