That puppy is my puppy’s friend!

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There are a lot of vets in Ayshire in Scoltand but among these Ayrshire vets, one will stand out. The Ivybank vet for they provide puppy socialization to newly vaccinated puppies. This program allows puppies to interact with each other and also with other people at an early age. It also allows puppies to have other puppies as their friends. Having friends is not only essential for humans but for dogs as well. Through this way, puppies will not experience culture shock when they go out in the real world. It is also through this program that puppies’ confidence is boosted and makes them friendlier to humans and other dogs once they get out of the vet. Puppies are like human, if we do not train them at an early age, a lot of complications may arise in the future.

Early ages for humans is very essential. It is during these years that we learn a lot of the things in the real world. One of the earliest things a young person will know is how to trust other people. According to Erik Eriksons’ psychosocial stages, it is in the first one and a half years in a child’s life that he or she learns to trust or mistrust other people. This is what he called the trust vs. mistrust stage where in when the caregiver, usually the mother, will be able to provide all the basic necessities of the child, the child will then learn to trust then caregiver and eventually other people part in the growing up life of the child. If, on the other hand, the caregiver will not be able to provide the child with basic necessities, the child will develop mistrust. This theory can also be applied to puppies. If the puppy’s caregiver will not be able to take good care of the puppy in his or her earlier years, the puppy might develop some complications in the future. That is why the puppy socialization program at Ivybank Vet makes sure that nurses who take care of your puppies will be able to provide the puppies all the basic necessities they need. These nurses also give out small talks to pet owners so that they will also have basic ideas on how they could take good care of their puppies once these puppies are out of the vet’s care. They do this talk every now and then so one would not worry on what time to come to the vet to hear about the talk.

Puppy socialization is just the basic step in taking good care of your pet dog. After this program, there are a lot more things you should do to make sure that your pet’s physical and psychological welfare is healthy and Ivybank vet can still accompany you in making sure that your pet dog remains healthy all through out for this vet can provide a lot of services to different kind of animals. So what are you waiting for? Enroll your puppies now at Ivybank vet’s puppy socialization program and give your puppies the best care they can get at a young age.

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