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How to Give Your New Puppy the Warmest Welcome

Congratulations on bringing a new puppy home! We’re sure you are ecstatic to begin this new relationship. However, it is important that yo...

What You Need to Know About Puppy Nutrition: 3 Weeks to Adulthood

When it comes to puppy nutrition, every pet parent has found themselves asking this very question—should I be feeding my pooch home-cooked...

Puppy Training: Teach Your New Pup These 5 Essential Life Skills

Puppies, like infants, are always learning. You must train your puppy early in their lives because teaching them essential life skills early on ...

7 Puppy Care Essentials for New Pet Parents

When you bring your puppy home for the first time, you are bound to spend a lot of time cuddling with them, cleaning up accidents and snapping e...


Puppy Care Guide

As your furry friend journeys from puppyhood to adulthood, they will require 360° supervision—right from nutrition and vaccinations to grooming and socialisation. Refer to our puppy care guide that includes vet-approved tips for helping new puppies live strong, healthy and happy lives.

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Growth Tracker

Track your pup’s growth and development from 3 weeks to 12 months of age


The pitter-patter of tiny pawsGrowing up and howGetting bigger, better and strongerNot a little pup anymore
3 weeks - 1.5 months1.5 months - 4 months4 months - 8 months8 months - 12 months
✓ Recognises mother and human caregivers✓ Ready for training✓ Small breeds achieve sexual maturity by 7-9 months✓ You can consider spaying/neutering
✓ Can touch and taste✓ Can start socialising with dogs and other humans✓ Medium to large breeds reach about half their adult height by 6-9 months✓ They can participate in more outdoor activities
✓ Can transition to starter food as they start biting or chewing ✓ Appetite increases✓ Toy breeds will compete their growth✓ You can thoroughly proof and establish obedience skills taught earlier

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