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Guide for Getting a Puppy

April 23, 2020

 Royal Frenchel has announced the release of their most recent infographic:

A Checklist For A New Puppy. The infographic breaks down the items needed and offers tips for training them, so your experience will be both rewarding and enjoyable.

According to Royal Frenchel, “When training a puppy, it is important to make training a positive experience using praise and always end with a true connection. In addition, you should have consistency in training and house rules, and for bonding, it is essential to spend uninterrupted time engaging with your puppy every day.”

Included in the infographic are questions you should ask when choosing the perfect puppy for your family. Questions like “How large is this puppy expected to grow?” and “Is this breed good with people, other dogs, and children?” will give you the information you need to make an informative choice when choosing a puppy right for your family.

To make sure you are prepared for your new furry friend, make sure you buy some of the essentials including bowls, a few beds, a sturdy kennel, and harness with a leash. You need to also make sure anything that can be harmful to your new puppy or anything that can easily be destroyed needs to be put up and out of harm’s way. In an effort to find a good service dog for her daughter, Anahata Graceland a breeder of over half a century, created the Royal Frenchel. Royal Frenchels were awarded the Top Award of Pets Best and Farmers Insurance Companies for being a top breed to buy for best health, personality, and longevity. Royal Frenchels are intuitive, intelligent, fun loving dogs most often used as service and therapy dogs. They are a crossbreed predominantly created with the French Bulldog and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel along with other breeds which were used to stabilize the genes.

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