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Dogs and Babies Prepare Your Dog

Experts recommend that you prepare the family dog before the baby arrives.
It is a very hectic time and a time of many changes when a baby arrives. In order to minimize stress for the dog and reduce the chance of an accident, you can make many changes and preparations ahead of time so that the transition is easier for you and the dog.

When you bring your baby home

When you bring a new baby home, your dog will face an overwhelming number of novel sights, sounds, and smells. He may find some of them upsetting, especially if she didn’t have opportunities to spend time with children as a puppy. You’ll drastically alter your daily routine, so your dog’s schedule will change, too. And, out of necessity, he’ll get less of your time and attention. It may be a difficult time for him, especially if he’s been the “only child” for a while.

First impressions for Dogs and Babies

First impressions are important. Your dog should have pleasant experiences with your baby right from the start.
We immediately introduced our German Shepherd Dog to our newborn baby, and it was love at first sight…
Now Ebon von Er Nast watch our little Michelle:-)

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