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Taking Care of a New Dog

Rover Company believes if  you’re planning in advance for the new bundle of joy “puppy”. Either way, we’ll give you some valuable tips we’ve learned over the years of bringing home little bundles of terror – I mean joy

Learn as much as possible about potty Training, and expect none of it to matter, especially when you step in their deposits at 3 a.m. in the pitch black – it WILL happen!

Roverpet knows you should buy the smallest bag of puppy chow you can find. Your dog will hate the first one, and the second one and the third one. Buying small will help you overcome the horror of the money you’ve just spent on the 7th brand of dog food in 2 weeks.

Strip naked or at the very least to a swimsuit before bathing your dog. You WILL BE WET. No way to avoid it, even in a 2 foot deep sunken bathtub. Personal experience talking here.

Rover Vinyl Tech believes you should prepare yourself for the fact that the toy you thought was SO COOL in the store, will be sniffed and promptly ignored until the end of time. Your dog will only like the toys that will drive you the most crazy. One of the favorites in our House (NOT purchased by us) is a big skunk with a Plastic Bottle inside. Inside said plastic bottle is a marble. Aaaaaargh. ‘Nuff said.

That gorgeous Pvc Dog bed you bought? PVC dog beds are suggested for any house? Couches, blankets dragged to the floor, pile of clothes, carpets – and of course, our bed, preferably leaving as little room as possible for the humans by stretching as wide as possible.

Training? What’s that? Mine occasionally come when called, and usually sit when told, but that’s about it. I’ve given up. Did you know that a dog can be flunked out of training school? Neither did I until it happened… to ME!


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Taking Care of a New Dog


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