1.How often should I feed my puppy?
   A. Your puppy should be fed three times a day,morning,afternoon and night.

2.When should I start training my new puppy?
   A. You should allow the new member of your family a few days to get used to his new home before you begin training.Make training fun for your puppy and you will see fast results.

3.How do I know what the best breed for my family is?
   A. The first thing you should do is research.Look into all the different types of breeds and pay attention to the needs and care each one will require.Ask yourself if you can meet these needs,and if you have enough space for that breed.Talk to other pet owners and breeders.With time, you will find the perfect breed for your family.

4.How do I stop my dog from chewing everything?
   A.When you catch your puppy chewing on something inappropriate,you should
re-direct his attention to a toy that is his. When he gives up the illegal chew-item, praise him profusely, and give him the appropriate chew-toy. Teething puppies need to chew, and this usually means on anything they can reach. 

5.What is a puppy mill?
   A.A puppy mill is a place that breeds dogs for profit only, without a care to health, temperament or behaviour. Puppy mill puppies are almost always poor in health, and can often be unstable of temperament. It is not unheard of for puppies to be sold as purebred dogs, but are, in reality, mixed breeds that resemble the purebred.
 
6.How do I know if my puppy has worms?
   A.There are two ways to find out if your puppy or dog has intestinal worms. One is obvious, you will see the worms or worm segments in your dog's stool.

However since there are many types of worms, some microscopic that do the most damage, a fecal sample tested by your veterinarian is the best solution. In addition, you may wish to consider a blood sample be taken to screen for Heartworm infestation. Heartworms are fatal if not treated in a timely manner.

7.How do I get the smell of dog urine out of my floor?
   A.Dog urine is powerful stuff, and the smell can linger for years after the dog is gone, enticing any new four-legged family member to use the smelly spot as a "potty spot".

Use an enzyme based cleaner (we recommend Nature's Miracle) and follow the directions on the label.

Tip: Do NOT use an ammonia product, or bleach. The smell simulates the smell of urine, and the dog will continue to use that area for a bathroom.

8.How do I know if a dog breeder is a good breeder?
   A.Good breeders ask a million and often personal questions! Be prepared to answer questions about the people who live with you, what hours you work, what kind of visitors you get, what your yard layout is like, what you are willing to spend, etc. A good breeder who cares (and YES, you do want one like this!) will want to ensure that his or her puppy is going to the best home. Be prepared for nosiness and welcome it!

9.How do I get my dog to stop eating cat poop?
   A.Dogs seem to enjoy the taste of poop,including their own.Sometimes the eating of poop can mean they are lacking something in their diet.Make sure your dog is on a good protein food.You need to make the cat poop no longer appealing to him.Do this by putting a few drops of hot sauce on your cats poop,your dog will not like this and after some time the problem should be corrected.