My First Puppy

17 May 2016

Not sure if any of you know that, i actually have a puppy. I don't always show it in my social media, only on snap chat. Hahaha. Because she's super active, it is really hard to snap a proper photo of her! 
 I named her Abby and i love calling her Abby Girl. She's now a 1 year old miniature schnauzer. She used to be really small size, but she is so much bigger and heavier now. 

She's more like a baby to me. 

Even though having a pet can totally rock, it's a big responsibility. More than big-it's GIGANTIC, actually. Having a pet means the life and well-being of another living thing is in our hands. Of course, the biggest responsibility of all is LOVE. Our pets plan to love us forever, and the least we can do is return the favor. No matter how much we grow, change, or get really busy with stuff, we need to keep a place open in our heart for the animals who depend on us.  

But on top of that, caring for our animal pals can take a lot of time, money, and energy. You have to be committed, willing to work hard, and possibly make some compromises or sacrifices in order to be a good pet guardian. It's not easy! There are so many things to consider when you're officially a pet owner.

But having per Dogs are fun. They play with you and will run with you. They are loyal. They wouldn’t ever betray you. They'll follow you everywhere, protect you, and don’t ask for much in return. 

However, I must say it is not an easy task to raise and train them to be good dogs.

Seriously, It is a lot a lot a lot of responsibility! 

At first, bringing a new puppy home takes lots of preparation, work and patience. Patience is the key, because you have to teach them everything. Sometimes, it is not just one time, but a thousand times for a simple act. LOL! The good news is that if you do it right, it will be a wonderful experience. The best way to train them is to rewards them with snacks. 

Recently, I've came across this DentaStix from Pedigree. It is in unique X-shaped treat that helps cleaning between teeth and down the gum line. It is an oral hygienic treat that she can eat it after a meal or whenever i feel like it’s needed. Which is really good, because i don't brush her teeth. With DentaStix, this can helps to reduce her bad breath and she can benefit from a better oral breath too. 

Look at her happy face, looking at me and waiting for her food. 
I've given her one once treat a day, after training her. As a reward. I'm training her to sit, and high five this week.  It occupies her for that little while, anyway, and she loves getting treats. 

Mission number one, Trying to teach her to sit.
Mission number two, hand  
So happy she made it, good girl :)
Time to reward her with some snacks 
I'm also going to do the 30 days challenge, teaching her more tricks with this products.
 Let's see how it goes, and stay tuned for more of my puppy updates in my blog and social media!

That's all for today :)

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