Puppy advice downloads
From sleep training your new puppy to surviving the teething and biting phase, we’ve got it covered in our series of 10 puppy advice toolkits.
Download the toolkits individually for just £2.79 or for a one-off payment of £24.99 (you save over 10%) you can join our Puppy Parenting Club to access the complete set and get a full year of support to help you raise your new puppy.
New puppy schedule
Preparing to bring your puppy home ~ getting into a good routine with your new puppy ~ tips for juggling a busy lifestyle with raising a young puppy.
How to get into a good toilet training routine day & night ~ how to spot the signs your puppy needs to go ~ what to do when your puppy has an accident.
What to expect at night with your new puppy ~ how to get into a good bedtime routine ~ night time toilet training ~ what to do when your puppy cries at night.
What puppy socialisation means and how it helps puppies to learn key life skills ~ the complete socialisation checklist mapped to the age of your puppy.
Getting started with training your puppy ~tips for reward-based training ~ common problems and how training your puppy can help prevent them.
Out and about
How to prepare your puppy for the outside world ~ what you need to think about when planning your puppy’s first walks ~ meeting other people & dogs ~ perfecting recall.
Nip it in the bud
The 4 main reasons why puppies bite ~ how to teach your puppy to be gentle with their mouth ~ what you can do to soothe your teething puppy.
Why puppies are so clingy ~ how to train your puppy to be left alone ~ tips for juggling a 9-5 job with caring for your puppy ~ how to deal with separation anxiety.
Feeding your puppy
Making sure your puppy gets a balanced diet ~ creating happy mealtimes & preventing problems such as fussy eating & resource guarding.
The different reasons dogs bark ~ what you can do in the early months with your new puppy to prevent unwanted barking ~ things you can do if you experience problems.
About Our Family Dog
We hope you find our toolkits helpful. Our Family Dog is a Community Interest Company – in other words, we’re a not-for-profit organisation. We aim to keep our costs as low as possible and all of our profits are ploughed back into supporting new puppy owners. Read more about why we’re doing this.