t's one of the burning questions most new dog owners ask, simply because in most cases the puppy has been cooped up in the house and is so obviously ready to run and play...but you still need to do what's best for the puppy and abide by the sensible rules and established guidelines.
There are so many reasons to keep your puppy at home until the right time: diseases and viruses like canine distemper and parvovirus are not merely dangerous and can in some cases prove fatal. They can survive actively in environments where an infected dog may have walked and are an ever present threat...
Love Dogs but allergic to dog hairs?
Or maybe you have a family member who is allergic and therefore cannot have a family dog?
Have you considered getting a Hypoallergenic breed of dog instead!
These breeds are considered allergy free and their coats never shed