Tips for Getting Your Dog Baby-Ready

How to help your furry friend adjust to the new family member with these Tips for Getting Your Dog Baby-Ready:

Bringing a newborn into the home is exciting, but it can also be a major upset for the family dog, especially if he’s used to free reign in the house. Fortunately, Canine behavior specialist Kelly Beasley of Camp Bow Wow can provide dog owners with easy tips and tutorials for getting Fido on his best baby-ready behavior. Tips for Getting Your Dog Baby-Ready:

  • Bring your furry friend to the vet for a check up and vaccination update.
  • Nip bad behavior in the bud. Visit an animal behavior specialist to make sure your pal knows how to mind his manners!
  • Bring on the crying! Get Fido used to hearing baby noises months ahead by playing recordings and turning on baby gear like bouncers and swings.
  • Get into a routine. Although junior may not arrive for another few weeks, get your furry sidekick used to baby activities to make the transition easier. A great tip is to carry around a toy doll and use the stroller on your afternoon walks.
  • Make sure your furry pal does not get lost in the shuffle when you arrive home from the hospital. Greet him with a warm and calm welcome before introducing him to the newcomer.
  • Lastly, don’t forget about your furry friend when creating your birthing plan. Make sure Fido has a place to stay, like Camp Bow Wow, which provides your pup with a friendly and warm home away from home. Camp Bow Wow also makes a great reprieve for overtired new parents.

For more information or to schedule interviews with an Animal Behavior expert from Camp Bow Wow please contact Kate Dowdle.

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  1. […] Try it a few times to make sure he's used to it or he'll see it as you keeping him from the baby. Tips for Getting Your Dog Baby-Ready Kim, person to Dodger DOB ~ Nov 30, 2008 Gotcha Day Feb 25, 2010 TPLO April 1st, 2011 […]

  2. Im very nervous about my min pin kylie she has a tendency to be very possesive and clingy, she was aggressive when she was younger but she has calmed down alot she is 5 now and I would not want to have to get rid of her. She listens very well but im still scared could you email me a book list or ideas of training exercises to prepare her

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