Puppy Care

Puppy Care Services

Having a cute, healthy, and cuddly puppy to care for is among the greatest delights in life. This is a fantastic moment for the whole family, and everybody can participate in taking care of and loving your new pet. At Liberty Vet Pets in Philadelphia, we have qualified animal doctors who understand the excitement that a new happy and healthy puppy can provide. We have some advice about puppy care and how to get an incredible start for the life of your new puppy. The time you dedicate to this new pet at the start of its life will have an incredible impact on your life for years to come.


Puppy Services for Pets Around Philadelphia

Our mobile veterinary doctors will perform a thorough nose-to-tail check-up and gather any medical history you have on your pet to determine the health of your puppy. This will also provide an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have about taking care of your new pet. Our mobile vets have plenty of experience in helping new pet owners provide a great start on life. Some of the topics that you may wish to consider include the following:

  • Symptoms of diseases
  • Puppy diets
  • Potty training
  • Vaccination schedules

Most of these issues are equal for all puppies, however, our animal doctors will account for other features including age, breed, current behavioral, health issues, and your pet’s lifestyle, to recommend the best puppy care plan for your pet.

Puppy Diets

Understanding the best quality puppy food is a critical aspect of reliable puppy care. In fact, your puppy's body is growing in various ways that will greatly impact the quality of his or her life for the coming years. It is vitally important that you select a puppy diet that has been expertly formulated for growing puppies. Talk to one of our animal doctors for help in choosing the best food for your puppy.

Generally speaking, this schedule can be used to ensure your puppy is fed well throughout the day:

  • Age six to twelve months: two meals daily
  • Age three-six months: two-three meals daily
  • Age six- sixteen weeks: three-four meals daily

We strongly recommend never sharing a plate with your pet. Puppies will usually beg for everything you are eating, and you might be tempted to offer them some small amounts of your food. Some food is toxic to pets or at the very least, not healthy. Keep your new pet on the right track by providing only veterinarian-recommended food and treats for your puppy.

Contact Our Mobile Veterinarians in Philadelphia

Puppies are a handful but the love and affection they provide are well worth the time and effort you put into them. Call our veterinarians at Liberty Vet Pets today at (888) 458-8587 to schedule an in-home visit and get your puppy started with quality veterinary care to keep it happy and healthy for years to come.

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