How To Celebrate Puppy Milestones
How To Celebrate Puppy Milestones
This post is sponsored by GO! by Petcurean. All opinions and ideas you'll find below are mine alone.
I'm celebrating six blissful months with our Havachon puppy, Rosie. As new pet owners, our whole family has jumped into the fun and responsibility that it takes to welcome a new member of the family.
Our time with Rosie has been relatively easy with great advice and training at puppy preschool to being lucky with a pup who sleeps through the night. Knock wood!
Recently, however, Rosie has been shying away from her food. Our vet told us it's natural for a pup's food interest to wax and wane, but I thought it a good time to try a new dry puppy food formula.
Thankfully, I found GO! FIT + FREE™ Grain Free Puppy recipes by Petcurean. GO! Fit + Free Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey & Trout Puppy Recipe Dry Dog Food was the perfect solution for our Rosie and her testy tummy.
Find the Perfect Fit
GO! by Petcurean offers so many feeding solutions in both dry and wet dog foods. Whether you're after a grain-free solution like me, high protein, or a limited number of ingredients that you can pronounce, you'll find a match at the GO! by Petcurean website. GO! ® recipes by Petcurean were created especially for pets who are fussy about their food, who need a grain free or higher protein diet, and for those requiring a recipe with unique proteins, or a limited number of ingredients. Be sure to use the $6 off coupon on the site!
Once there, I love the way it's easy to find exactly what's right for every individual pet. There are so many variables that make each of our pets unique and GO! recognizes this!
To find my perfect dog food blend, I entered a handful of criteria into the site and I got an immediate recommendation on what recipe was right for Rosie. In our case, GO! Fit + Free Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey & Trout Puppy Recipe Dry Dog Food presents the optimal blend of protein that's easy on a puppy's little stomach and full of natural ingredients to help her grow.
As a new pet owner, that's exactly what I need to be confident that I'm doing the best for my pup as a little dog and one who I want to live a long and healthy life!
Ready to GO!
Once you've found the best GO! by Petcurean blend of recipes, it's time to transition your pup to his new meal plan. The website has a great primer on making the change easy for you and your pet. Here's the best way to transition pets to new foods resource guide.
Celebrating The little and BIG Events in Your Pup's Life
Rosie is my first dog as an adult. I must confess that as much fun I had as a kid growing up with my beloved labs, having Rosie in my life has made it so much better than I ever expected!
Rosie is 100% a member of our family and we have a blast celebrating her accomplishments, traits and milestones.
Here are a few ways to treat your dog when s/he hits her/his lifetime milestones!
- Teach and repeat! Help your pup learn new skills and just like any other type of training regimen, praise and reward! Enjoy training pup through adolescence and into dog-hood when you make training, praise and rewarding actions and activities part of your daily routine.
- Treat them! Bake up a special grain-free treat for pup on a 1/2 or yearly birthday. Don't miss the chance to celebrate every member of your family!
- Play time! Treat your pup to one-on-one or one-on-many time when you take her/him to the dog park to run free. If that's not an option, get out in the wilderness and introduce pup to brand new smells and textures in the great outdoors.
- Tummy rubs! Make an emotional connection with your pup when you take the time to gently pet and massage pup. Start by placing your hands on your pup's shoulders and gently, but firmly massage down her back continuing through the haunches and down the back legs. Tell her what a good pup she is as you're doing this to reinforce the good feelings with your voice and a special moment.
Remember to enjoy the little moments that make up our lives, made better with the love for and from a dog!
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