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How to care my puppy German Shepherd?

Hi Everyone, My name is pradeep from kolkata..One of my client have German Shepherd female puppy and on today 17-March 2011 the puppy is of 22 days old now my client is saying that u can take the puppy...Now i am too much confused that whether to take the puppy or not...and even i m scared to loose the puppy....coz my client every time sale the puppy after 20 days...so please guys help me out what to do...i have attached snap of dam and her puppy(female Puppy)...please tell me what to do and what care i have to take if i brought the puppy and in addition to this what food should i give her.....thanks in advance
By PRADEEP SHARMA · 17 Mar 2011 1:18 pm


By Ankush Mehra · 17 Mar 2011 4:13 pm
The pup should at least be 45 days to 2months old before been separated from mother. It is better for you and for the pup's healthy future.
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By chollen · 17 Mar 2011 7:31 pm
i wouldnt take risk if i were you. let the pup be with her mother for atleast 30 days moreover this days weather is changing and all the dogs are getting flu,, dnt take risk brother
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By Amitava Mukherjee · 19 Mar 2011 12:45 pm
Let it be with her mother till 60 days. Then u can take it.
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By gspal · 23 Mar 2011 2:55 am
Pay upfront with a receipt and request that it be kept with its mother for 45-60 days. If yet the owner does not agree then do not buy else it will grow up to be a social wreck and may have health problems.
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By sindhoor · 30 Mar 2011 4:25 pm
The early days are when a puppy learns how to be a dog, from its litter mates and its mother. So it is important for a puppy to be with his mother for 45 - 60 days. Also, if you are not actively looking to get a dog, then please don't bring this puppy home. Dogs need a lot of care and attention and you will also incur quite a bit of expenditure in terms of dog food, training, toys, health care etc. Breeds like GSD particularly needs very good training. If not, the next 20 years might turn out to be a night mare for you and your doggie. So if you are not mentally and financially prepared for a dog, then don't get the puppy. If you decide to get the puppy, insist on keeping the puppy with his mother for 6o days.
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