Aladdin Labradoodles

Caring for your Australian Labradoodle Puppy

  1. Please schedule a Vet appointment, with your Veterinarian within 72 hours of receiving your puppy. Be sure to bring in a fresh stool sample the day of your appointment. Please let me (Aladdin Australian Labradoodles) know of any health concerns your Veterinarian may have. When you do go to your Vet Appointment , please take his/her shot card with you , as your Veterinarian will need it to schedule his/her puppy shots.
  2. It is not a good idea to bring your puppy to public places, until he/she has all puppy Vaccinations. If you keep to your puppy’s shot schedule, your puppy will complete all necessary puppy shots by 4 months of age. If you do take your puppy to Pet Stores Please CARRY your puppy, Do Not put him /her on the ground. Many puppy diseases can be contracted simply by your puppy walking in the same area as the infected dog.
  3. We at Aladdin feed our Australian Labradoodles only premium quality dry & canned dog food. We will send you home with a small bag of the food we feed so the transition from our food to whatever quality food you choose will be smooth. Please change his/her food over one week, so that his/her system isn't stressed thereby causing diarrhea. I suggest feeding your puppy 2 or 3 times daily. Always have water available, however I would suggest no food or water available for your puppy after 8 PM, at least until he/she is housebroken. Please see instructions on Housebreaking.
  4. Ear maintenance is necessary. It is important to keep your puppy's ears clean & dry to prevent ear infections. You should be able to find ear cleaning & drying products from your Veterinarian or Pet Stores.
  5. It is not a good idea to run with your puppy on any hard surface or at all until your puppy has matured and his/her growth plates have closed .Any sustained exercise , beyond what your puppy would naturally do ( play), will require more stamina and joint stability then your puppy has . Please keep this in mind.
  6. It is of Paramount importance to take your puppy to OBEDIENCE class and socialization class. I suggest taking him/her at 4 months of age (if not sooner) and continuing throughout their Puppy Hood. Training fosters bonding, and will reward you & your Puppy for mutual Companionship. These dogs are VERY Smart; therefore I cannot stress enough the importance of this crucial step.
  7. Protecting your puppy from young children is something to keep in mind. Your puppy must have a safe place to go IE) their crate. Please make it very clear that with all family members to respect the puppy's crate time. When he/she is in his/her crate, he/she shouldn't be disturbed, until Mom or Dad takes your puppy out. This suggestion goes hand in hand with Aladdin's housebreaking instructions.
  8. Shampoo your puppy not more than once a month, and please use a tearless shampoo. I suggest using a comb with wide teeth, for their coats. Their puppy coats wash & wear marvelous and easy, however once they begin the transition from puppy to adult (8 months to 1year) it can be a daunting transition. Their puppy coats will separate from their skin, but it does not fall out ....you must comb it or your puppy will mat. This transition generally lasts about 8 months. Once their adult coat comes in ...it is ever so much more manageable. Please contact me with any problems or just because you'd like to “chit-chat “about your your adorable puppy. I'd love to hear all about him/her any time.

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