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Considering A New Puppy

New Puppy Owners

So… you’ve got your new puppy home, introduced it to the family, and moved all your shoes to a safe place. Great! But… what about all the shots it’s supposed to have? Not to mention worming, feeding, flea control and de-sexing.

The next few sections will tell you everything you’ll need to know to get you both through the first six months and headed in the right direction.

New Puppy Owners Checklist

“I’m your new puppy, thank you for letting me become a part of your family”.


A carefully thought out and followed vaccination programme is one of the most important things you can do for your puppy.


Parvovirus is a highly contagious disease of dogs and puppies.

Socialisation of Puppies

Each puppy develops and learns at an individual rate, this must always be considered.


Pups are active, growing animals and use huge amounts of energy in their rapid growth.

Environmental Enrichment

All animals need mental as well as physical stimulation.


Regular worming will keep your puppy and your family healthy.

Flea Control

Talk to our staff about your needs.



The microchip gives the animal a specific identification number which it has for its lifetime.

Shampooing Your Dog


When did you last look in your pet’s mouth? And why should you?

Skin Allergies

Allergies occur when the immune system over-reacts to a foreign body or allergen. In dogs and cats allergies present in many different forms and from different causes.