4 Tips To Help Bring Your Aussiedoodle Home Properly

22 May 2019
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog


You're just about to get your Aussiedoodle puppy. Are you ready to give that pup everything he needs to become the furry companion you've dreamed about? Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help you keep your puppy safe and take his first steps to becoming exactly what you want him to be.

Wait—Don't Socialize Yet!

Yes, you'll be excited to take your pup with you everywhere to show off to your friends, family members, and coworkers, but before you do all that, your puppy will need to be vaccinated fully. Not only will this help to ensure your pup doesn't catch anything from anyone else's dogs, but it will help you refrain from over socializing the pup before he adapts to you and his new home.

Get a Tag and Collar

Your little pup could slip away at any time, so prepare for him to get into mischief by buying a collar and a tag with your contact information on it. He will need to get used to wearing the collar and hearing the jingling of the tags on it.

Note: If the jingling of the tags is causing problems, you can find collars that have tag inserts on them. The tags are slipped underneath a clear plastic cover so that they can be seen, but they won't dangle and jingle the way they would otherwise.

Work with a Vet

Spaying and neutering is most successful when done at the appropriate time—your vet will know at what age your dog will do best during this procedure and recovery period.

The vet will also help to set up a vaccination schedule and you can even schedule well-visits for the future. When you schedule things ahead of time, you're less likely to forget about it or allow it to slip your mind. Your pup's yearly well visits are just as important as your own well-visits to your doctors.

Take a Training Class

If you've never owned a puppy before or if you weren't exactly happy with how well your prior dogs have been trained, it might be best for you to attend a puppy training class. Not only will you learn how to work with your puppy, but your puppy will learn how to work with you.

You and your aussiedoodle puppy will have the relationship that you dreamed of, but it will take some work, planning, and carefully made decisions. Hopefully, you'll find exactly what you need in the pup you're bringing home.