Arranging for your new French bulldog puppy

French Puppy - A new puppy will make a big change to your family until the puppy gets matured in and there may be many times you will surprise if having a puppy was such a good idea in the first place. The first few weeks will be the hardest until the new puppy gets worn to his surroundings and his new family, so a little patience and resolve will be what are wanted from you at this stage. You can make things run a little smoother by some preparation before your puppy appears in your home.

French puppy
What you will need
* A plastic dog crate.
* Hard to demolish and easily washable bedding.
* A puppy collar and lead.
* An ID tag with your name and telephone number clearly printed on it.
* A few soft and safe chew toys.
* A quality make of puppy food.
* A soft clash for grooming your puppy.

Make sure your puppy knows his place

Your new puppy will most possibly be missing his mother and siblings at first and keep in mind he is in a strange place bounded by people he doesn’t know, it can be a great relieve if he has a place of his own and knows where this place is. This could be a crate with a soft sheepskin cover in where he can go and cuddle up or just a puppy bed with his chew up toys in it, just like you have your bedroom where you can go to be alone or when you want a nap, then so should your puppy.

If you have young children they will of path be excited with the new puppy and probably always petting him, your puppy should be able to go to his bed without constant irritation from the children, so make it clear to them that when the puppy goes to bed they disappear him alone for a while.