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Teacup Puppies in Florida.   Puppies For Sale Site specialize in Teacup Puppies and Toy Breeds.    We are located in the Ft. Lauderdale area in South Florida.  Browse through our beautiful Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese and Pomeranian puppies.   The Teacup  babies are guaranteed on genetics for one year and 14 days virus.  We do ship our little Teacup and Regular size puppies and also offer a "Nanny" Service, where your teacup will be accompanied by a Nanny and hand deliver the puppy to you.

 

 

 
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Puppies and Chewing


 
 
Keep Them Busy

 

You wouldn't leave a 2-year-old child in a room alone for five hours, and the same rule should apply to puppies. Your furry whippersnapper needs to be stimulated physically and cognitively often. This means:

 

  • Offering a variety of safe chew toys or treats like Yorkie Puppy  biscuits or pig's ears. (Never give puppies chicken bones, as they can fracture and lead to significant damage or death.)
  • Providing plenty of exercise, even if that means hiring a dog walker. (You might actually save money in the end when you realize you've preserved your baseball card collection.)
  • Thinking up games that get him to use his noggin. (Try a round of "fetch" or hide a treat inside a hollow ball.)
  • Attending to his needs quickly so that he doesn't go on a boredom binge.
  • Feeding him meals at regular intervals so that he doesn't go looking for dinner.

 


 
Teach Your Pup to "Chew Smart"

 

If chewing is unavoidable, you might as well get him to eat the right stuff. Here's how to do it:

 

  • Praise your fur ball each and every time he chomps on something assigned to him. Reinforce this behaviour on occasion by offering him an edible treat.
  • Do not confuse Pup by first offering him an old slipper then heckling him when he eats your mother-in-law's loafers. Puppies are indeed smart, but they can't read labels. Make sure he knows what's his and what's yours.
  • Spray a commercial anti-chew solution, a bitter- or hot-tasting spray to goodies you'd like to safeguard. He'll take one bite and avoid them later.
  • If he goes after particular objects again and again simply remove them for awhile. Reintroduce them at a later time.
  • If an object of affection is too big to hide a recliner, for instance then try moving it to a different location in hopes that Pup will latch onto something else.
  • Motion-activated alarms sometimes serve as a deterrent.
  • Try booby traps. Stack empty soft drink cans around the leg of the chair. The loud noise the cans make when tipped over might be enough to scare your Yorkie Puppy  away forever. (A warning: One Poodle we once knew discovered a cache of soda and relished biting holes in the cans then spraying the carbonated beverage all over the living room. Her brother wisely took refuge under the couch.)

       


       
      Exercise Smart Discipline

       

       

      • Pups caught in the act should be given a simple verbal reprimand followed by encouragement to chew on an appropriate toy. Practice this: "Chesapeake, no chew!" Then throw your canine a bone. (Or a cleaning rag, if she's really bright.)

       


       
      What Not to Do

       

       

      • Verbal reprimands alone can backfire by teaching the pet to be sneaky about chewing or by teaching him not to chew at all even toys in your presence.
      • Never spank, slap, kick or otherwise physically punish a Yorkie Puppy . Not only is this nasty behaviour on your part, but it could result in your pet becoming hand shy or a fear-biter.