Caring for Your New 

Yorkie Puppy at Home

The puppy comes to a new                        home

The puppy must not contact

with other animals (including domestic cats, dogs, rabbits, parrots, hamsters, chinchillas, other dogs).


It is impossible to drastically change dry food, a new one is introduced gradually, 3-5 grains
per serving.


You can not give natural food (meat, fish, sausage, milk, cereals, vegetables).
If you want to transfer your puppy
to natural food, it is best
to do this after the end of the vaccination complex, in order to rule out eating disorders and not to miss the next vaccination. Check with the breeder
about feeding your puppy beforehand.


Natural food is introduced gradually, replacing dry food. Meat, boiled cereals, eggs, cottage cheese are introduced, starting with a pinch
a day, bringing the amount of new product to the amount of food for one feeding.
Within a week, one feeding is replaced by a new meal.
It is better to give new food not on an empty stomach
or before bedtime. During the day, you will be able to observe the reaction of the puppy's digestive system. The transition to natural food should occur within
1-1.5 months. It should be borne in mind that the weight of the puppy when consuming natural food may increase in comparison with the weight of the puppy who eats dry food. Allowable weight gain + 200-300 g to genetically determined.






It is impossible to change the temperature regime in the room abruptly (the air conditioner is
not lower than +24). 


Do not let the puppy play with small objects, objects made of thin plastic and wooden toys, napkins, etc., any rubber and silicone toys, "bones" made of bone meal, etc. are suitable for playing.


Do not disinfect the premises in the presence of a puppy.


The puppy should not be overfed, if you give the puppy food in excess of the norm, the excess food can "come back" or the puppy will swell, which is very undesirable for your little pet. Any excesses can "ruin" the puppy's digestive system.