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Keeping the Peace

Puppy Blog

Welcome to Foxglove Farm, I love to write about our beautiful Cavachons. You may also find puppy training tips, product reviews, and a few good stories.

Keeping the Peace

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If there’s already a canine companion in residence when your new bundle of puppy love arrives, there are steps you can take to keep everyone happy and get new family members off on the right paw!

Essentially, you must allow time for friendships to develop, even between your feline family members, you’ll be surprised at the level of affection that will come if you basically let your new puppy and his older “siblings” have a bit of supervision, but not too much well meaning interference.

You’ll want to keep things safe of course and if your older dog or cat shows signs of losing patience with your puppy, it’s time for a time out, literally, send everyone to their corners so to speak, try not to force introductions, let advances be made gradually and without rushing anything, you’ll be amazed at the bond that will grow given time and loving supervision as needed.