NEW PUPPIES ARE HERE!
Miracles covered in Fur!
Eating fresh new growth or recently cut grass is normal. Make sure not to apply herbicides or other chemicals to the grass the dog has access to. Eating grass does not need to be discouraged.
INTERESTING PUPPY BEHAVIORS:
Puppies may exhibit interesting behaviors when dreaming. Their paws, legs, ears, and facial muscles twitch while asleep. Sometimes they also whimper, bark, or cry. Dreams are normal and continue throughout their life.
DO YOU KNOW PUPPY BODY LANGUAGE?
Play Bow: This is an invitation to play.
Shyness: The ears are down, the tail is down or tucked, and eyes are averted.
Aggression: The head is up, tail is straight out or up, the stance is stiff.
Happiness: The tail is wagging, head is up, puppy is looking about, panting, or barking, an has a relaxed stance.
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Snow White Bolognese puppies for sale in Georgia
BOLOGNESE PUPPIES FOR SALE
SNOW WHITE BOLOGNESE
While your new puppy is growing and you are awaiting his/her ARRIVAL
We update you with information and photos all through the process. Your puppy is receiving a lot of social interaction with the family. There is playtime, and your puppy also spends time being rocked (bolognese puppies love to be rocked). Do not worry - they do not start crying to be rocked after you take them home).
My Bolognese Moms are wonderful and they teach their puppies many things. The puppies copy actions of their Mom. The Mom will often be seen throwing toys in the air and playing with their puppies.
They will have received age appropriate vaccines. The puppy's favorite Toy that has been with their Mom and siblings will come with your puppy. This will help provide comfort to the puppy while he/she adjusts to their new home with new family.
Puppies go to their new homes around 8 weeks of age. You will also receive a week's supply of the food they have been eating here.
Our Bolognese puppies receive the Best of Care here in my home.
DO YOU KNOW THE TOP 10 DOG TOXINS?
2 Mouse & rat poisons
3. Ibuprofen and acetaminophen
4. Xylitol (sugar-free gum & candy)
5. Vitamin D overdose
6. Antidepressant medications
8. Grapes & raisins
9. Decongestant medications
10. Caffeine pills