11-01-2012, 05:30 PM
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Allowing your pups to play with each other, is a great lesson for a start.
I would try to spend some alone time with each pup, by taking it to another room in house, away from litter mates. Pup's become very differently behaved away from their litter mates.
And play, interact, teach bite inhibition and toilet training.
then im presuming you wish to rehome the pups? they have till 12 weeks to be socialised to all n sundry. Start with your dog and cat. If you can conquer these two newbie socialisations, your pups will go to new homes with a fantastic start in life.
I socialise mine by taking it and exposing it to everything it will have to cope with in life: kids, horses, chickens, geese, ducks, trucks, car trips, roads/traffic, water. This is going to be near on impossible for a litter of pups surely?
thankyou for caring for these pups. I know how much hard work pups can be.