Posts in Category: Puppies & Kittens
Cats are pretty independent, but whether they want to admit it or not, they need their humans to get the most out of their nine lives. Not to fear, though, New Haven Pet Hospital has all the best information when it comes to providing the best cat care around.
Cat Care Basics
Cats don’t need a lot to survive, but they do need a few basics to thrive. When welcoming a kitty into your home, making sure that your are providing the basic cat care requirements can get you started off on the right paw.Continue…
Ahh … the pitter patter of tiny puppy paws on the kitchen tile is like music to your ears, and now the real fun (and work) begins!
At New Haven Pet Hospital, we’re here to help get your puppy off to a healthy start with puppy wellness examinations and our Puppy Start-Right Pre-School, where our trainer provides gentle, positive puppy training that focuses on socialization with people and other dogs, and introduces basic commands like sit and come.
Without a doubt, successful potty training ranks near the top of every new puppy owner’s wish list. Our pet experts have put together some helpful hints to guide you when housebreaking your puppy.Continue…
Adopting a new dog, cat, or other sweet companion into your family is an exciting time. After all, what could be better than adding more love to the household? Many potential new pet owners are curious about whether they should purchase a purebred or adopt. While there are some benefits to both choices, there are wonderful advantages to adopting from a shelter or rescue – including saving a life!
The team at New Haven Pet Hospital wants to encourage you to make the best choice for your family. Here are some of the reasons why you should adopt and the amazing gifts you will get from a shelter pet.Continue…
Let’s face it, puppy antics are adorable. They want to explore the world with their mouths – chewing on everything in sight (including those new sandals). They love to yip it up all through the night, and they try to chase the household cat. Even when they make a mess, one look at their roly-poly bellies, and our hearts melt all over again.
Unfortunately, puppies don’t stay puppies for long, and some of the behaviors that might have once been endearing can quickly become exasperating. In fact, all dogs require socialization to help them navigate the world and remain at their best. To help you instill confidence and great behavior in your little bundle of fluff, the team at New Haven want to emphasize why puppy socialization and professional classes are so important.