Raising black pugs should first prepare a variety of supplies for life, and build a good living environment. Raising black pugs should do a good job of health care, combing the black pug hair 1 time a day, and to regularly trim the hair and nails. Raising black pugs should be taken out for walks and walks every day, reasonable and healthy in order to make black pugs grow up healthier.
Black pug regular life
Black pug puppies should have a regular life. Feeding should be regular and quantitative, and nutrition should be balanced. Black pug puppies should not be allowed to develop the bad habit of picky eating and lead to nutritional disorders. Care should be taken to prevent vitamin overload (especially vitamin A or D) or calcium deficiency. Puppies should not be overfed, usually 7 to 8 minutes full is enough. It is strictly prohibited to feed spoiled food, and it is best to wash the food bowl every time you feed it, so as to prevent diarrhea or food poisoning.
To pay close attention to observe the black pug puppy’s urination and defecation conditions, to determine whether it is normal. The number of bowel movements generally varies with the age of the dog, from a few times a day for 1-month-olds to an average of about 3 times a day for 2-month-olds. The number of bowel movements is related to the type of food: if the dog is fed meat with rice, the amount of feces and the number of bowel movements will be less. When more starchy food is fed, the frequency and volume will be higher.
Pay attention to the color, smell and the presence of worms in your black pug puppy’s stool. Normal feces are streaky, moderately soft and usually slightly yellow in color. However, it is also affected by the food, such as when there is a lot of meat or when some liver is fed, the feces are usually dark.
The frequency of urination varies with the age of the dog. For 1 month old dogs, it is about once every 2 hours, and for 2-month-old dogs, it is about 5-6 times a day. Urine that is pale yellow and clear is healthy. The first time you pee in the morning, it is slightly darker, but if you find that the urine is always darker, you should suspect that you are sick, and it is best to go to an animal hospital for a checkup.
It is best to go to the animal hospital once a month for a physical examination, laboratory tests of urine and stool, and if necessary, to expel intestinal parasites. Note: Look for a reputable animal hospital with good facilities.
Keeping Black pugs Warm
Black pug puppies are afraid of the cold, so whether it is winter or summer, you should pay attention to do a good job of keeping your black pug puppy warm. Don’t let your black pug puppy’s belly touch the ground for a long time, so it is easy to catch a cold, causing diarrhea or cold.
Whether it is a small dog or in the type of dog, before 5 months should not lead to the road to walk. As the bones of the black pug puppy are not fully developed, long walks can lead to deformation of the limbs and bones. At the same time, it is very easy to get infected with diseases outside. Puppies can play and exercise indoors or in the yard. When the sunlight is not too strong and the outdoor temperature is not too high, black pug puppies can sunbathe in the sun, which is good for bone growth.
Health care for 2-month-old black pug puppies
A 2-month-old black pug puppy should be able to start teaching good habits. First of all, give the dog a nice name, often call its name, so that she knows that so called is called her, to establish a conditioned reflex, so that it comes when called. You can also start to teach your dog the habit of urinating and defecating at regular intervals. Although 4 months old before the black pug puppy will not hold urine, urine on urine, to 4 months, to pee, but can gradually teach it.
At 2 months after birth, the antibodies brought from the mother’s body have been almost eliminated, at this time a variety of viral diseases are likely to occur. Therefore, the most important thing is to be vaccinated against canine distemper, canine microvirus and infectious hepatitis first. It takes about 2 weeks after vaccination for resistance (antibodies) to develop. At about 2 months of age, if the puppy has not been vaccinated and there is an epidemic or a possibility of infection, it can be directly injected with anti-virus serum to directly strengthen the body’s resistance, and then be vaccinated again 2 weeks later.
Health care for 3-month-old black pug puppies
At this point, you can do some basic education for the puppy. Beforehand, let him develop good eating habits. Puppies often play while eating, especially when eating dog food, if you find that it suddenly stops to play when eating, immediately take away its food bowl, and let it see, must wait until the next feeding time to let it eat, so a few times down, it will generally become good. If she eats obediently, she can be praised in various ways. But education must be gentle, not excessive scolding.
3 months old puppies like to pick up things from the ground to eat, sometimes unexpected things also eat into its stomach, such as buttons, small stones, pins, nails and plastic. These foreign objects are easy to damage the gastrointestinal mucosa or cause intestinal obstruction.
When the puppy is found to have severe vomiting and abdominal pain, X-ray examination should be considered, if it is determined to be an obstruction should be taken in a timely manner, such as surgery, otherwise it will be life-threatening. It is important to correct the habit of picking up things to eat in a timely manner.
Defecation training should be started gradually, usually feeding 3 times a day, stool is also often about 3 times. Puppies sometimes urinate due to excessive joy or fear, which is a sign of affection or nervousness and is generally difficult to control, but can disappear naturally in adulthood. Owners should pay attention to observe its regularity and spot its normal urination and defecation places.
After vaccination at the age of 2 months, the body’s immune mechanism is not yet fully developed and the immunity produced is insufficient, repeated injections are needed to enhance the body’s immunity. 3-month-old puppies must be vaccinated against rabies.