Archive for November, 2017

  • Puppies for sale Inland Empire

    The Fancy Puppy Store has your puppies for sale Inland Empire. We offer a variety of puppies from the tiny Yorkishire Terrier puppies for sale to English Bulldog puppies for sale to golden retriever puppies for sale in Los Angeles.

    Check out our newest addition Buster the Golden Retriever. This bundle of joy is happy, playful, active, loyal, and just fun to be around with. He is leash trained and knows how to “sit.” Golden Retriever puppies are an well rounded, even tempered, that loves family, and intelligent dogs. The care for a Golden Retriever is easy simply feed, walk daily, comb their coat at least once a week, and love them. They will be your best friend forever. Come on down today to The Fancy Puppy located at 530 Hidden Valley Pkwy. Corona, CA 92879 or check our all of our puppies for sale Inland Empire on our puppies for sale page.

    Puppies for sale inland empire

    Puppies for sale inland empire

  • Puppies For Sale Orange County

    The Fancy Puppy is your place to get puppies for sale in Orange County. We are located at 530 Hidden Valley Pkwy, Corona, CA 92879. We have cute bunches of puppies ready and willing to go home to their new families. Come and play with all of our puppies that are up to date on vaccines, dewormed, registered, pedigreed, vet checked, and are well socialized.

    Every puppy is carefully selected from our platinum breeders that are home raised by licensed and or professional hobby breeders. Every puppy is cared for like they are our own children. We do puppy inspections daily and ensure that our puppies are healthy and played with each and every day. Come experience the difference at The Fancy Puppy.

    We offer a variety of breeds of puppies for sale in Orange county such as toy, miniature, standard, and large breed pups. Some small breeds we offer such as Maltese, Yorkshire, Pomeranian, and Morkie. Larger breeds would include but not limited to, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Siberian Husky puppies for sale, Great Dane, and other Mastiff breeds.

    Come on down today we’re open and ready to send you home with a new best friend.

    Husky For Sale

    Husky For Sale

  • Los Angeles Pet Adoption

    The Fancy Puppy is your place for Los Angeles pet adoption.  We here at The Fancy Puppy believe that every puppy should have a home especially during the holidays. That’s why we offer a variety of puppies for sale and for adoption in our store. We love puppies and love the joy that they bring us and we’re here to help. Come on down and play with all of our puppies for adoption.

    Meet Buddy the loveable Bichon Frise for sale. He is elegant, calm yet playful, gentle snug bug. He loves to be on your lap and under your arm. He just wants you to take him home and love him. Bichon puppies have  hypoallergenic coats which mean they are excellent for those that suffer from allergeies. They are best know as the puffy dogs of the dog world as they’re hair puffs up like a cute little cotton ball that everyone loves and adores.

    Come and play with Buddy today at The Fancy Puppy located at 530 Hidden Valley Pkwy. Corona, CA 92879 or call us for more information at 9-51-278-9844.

     

    Los Angeles pet adoption

    Los Angeles pet adoption

  • Do’s And Don’ts For Housetraining Messes

    messy dogAs a new dog owner, you will soon realize that puppies tend to eliminate at certain usual spots. They are drawn to the smell of urine so they know where to do it again. This is a good thing since they can be housetrained to eliminate in designated “bathroom areas.” Unfortunately, this training will take several weeks or even months to kick in, so you will need to diligently clean any accidents inside your home to eliminate the stains and smells and discourage the behavior.

     

    Puppies for sale in Los Angeles are usually not potty trained when you take them home. Although accidents are inevitable, it is best to prevent them from happening rather than cleaning up afterwards. Here are some do’s and don’ts for discouraging repeat offenses and keeping your home clean and odor-free:

     

    Do

     

    • If you catch your pet in the act, express your displeasure by clapping your hands and firmly saying “NO!” But don’t shout. If your pet has not eliminated yet, take him or her to the designated toilet area. If he can’t stop, let him finish and then move him away so you can clean the area. If you move him as he’s eliminating, you risk spraying their mess all over your house, which will increase the cleaning work.

     

    • If you detect a mess that has been there for a while, the only thing you can do is move your pet and clean the area thoroughly so your pet does not detect the smell and repeat the offense.

     

    • Use your eyes and nose to find all messes. Use a black-light bulb to find old urine stains – when the room is completely dark – and outline the stains with chalk.

     

    • All soiled areas must be deep cleaned to completely remove the stain and odor. This requires the use of an enzymatic neutralizer to eliminate the smell. Dogs tend to eliminate in areas where they have done so before – if they can find the smell of their mess. Removing the odor prevents this.

     

    Don’t

     

    • Get angry or shout at your puppy. He’s still too young to know what to do, and scaring him might strain your relationship.

     

    • Physically abuse your pet in any way. This includes swatting him or rubbing his nose in the mess. Doing this might send the wrong message and prevent them from eliminating in front of you – making potty training harder.

     

    • Crate your pet if he has a tendency of soiling in there because it could affect their natural instinct to maintain a clean den. They need to associate the crate with cleanliness and comfort.

     

    Learn from the messes and improve your housetraining skills

    Always try to find out why your puppy created the mess, rather than dismissing it as something expected of a puppy. These messes are your fault. Perhaps you are not taking him to the designated potty area frequently enough, or you are giving him too many treats that cause irregular bowel movement, or you are introducing him to new foods too fast. There are many other likely causes. Find out the reason, sharpen your potty training, and thoroughly clean the mess.

  • What to feed your puppy after he gets home from the pet store.

    what kind of puppy food to feed my puppy
    When you have made the necessary preparations to accommodate your new family member and initiated the process of pet adoption or purchase a puppy in Los Angeles, the next step is creating a feeding plan for your furry buddy. However, you cannot just introduce your dog to new foods abruptly. You need to allow enough time, between one and two weeks, for him to make the transition from his current diet to the new one.

    Dogs have bacteria in their intestines that assist with digestion. But if they suddenly change their diet, the number and type of these bacteria can change. This makes it harder for them to digest food, and leads to intestinal upset. To avoid this, you should mix 25% of the new food with 75% of the current food for about 3 days. If there are no problems, increase the rate of new food by 25%, and wait for another 3 days. Next increase it to 75%, and keep observing.

    By now, your pet should be accustomed to the new diet. But if any problems arise, consult your vet for advice.

    Other causes of upset stomach
    Besides a change in diet, there are other factors that can lead to digestive disorders, such as:

    ● Dietary indiscretion – caused by your pet eating something bad like table scraps or garbage

    ● Food poisoning – caused by bacteria such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Campylobacter

    ● Worms and parasites – caused by your pet eating the stool of an infected dog

    ● Pancreatitis – the result of an inflamed digestive gland due to medications or consuming fatty foods that are hard on the pancreas

    Most cases of upset stomach are easily treatable. But if you notice a chronic digestive disorder, your pet may have:

    ● Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) – unknown causes. It’s manageable but not curable, so you need to watch out for flare-ups to comfort your pet

    ● Hemorrhagic gastritis – infectious microbes such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi can cause profuse vomiting and bloody diarrhea, though it can also be a bad reaction to certain medications

    Most of these digestive disorders share similar symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea, as well as abdominal bloating, loss of appetite, and colitis. In mild cases, you can let the disorder run its course without the need for treatment.

    If the problem persists, consult with your veterinarian. In the meantime, you should:

    ● Give your dog plenty of clean water to keep him hydrated

    ● Offer therapeutic dog food for 3 to 5 days

    ● Slowly re-introduce the previous diet

    If you notice that your dog has an upset stomach, acting fast can help prevent the issue from worsening. It is important that you visit your veterinarian as soon as possible to reduce your pet’s suffering and keep him from messing all around your home.