The puppy phase does not last! They change so rapidly within the first year- it’s too easy to forget how tiny they were when they first came home, and how quickly they grow up.
Fun Puppy Facts:
Did you Know……..
1. That puppies are blind and deaf at birth. On day one, their eyes are firmly shut and their ear canals are closed. They cannot see and hear until they are almost 2 weeks old.
2. New puppies have heat sensors in their noses to find their moms while their eyes and ears are closed.
3. Puppies are born toothless. At 2 to 4 weeks of age, a puppy’s 28 baby teeth start to come in. At 12 - 16 weeks old, those baby teeth fall out and by the time the pups are approximately 6 months old, they will have 42 adult teeth.
4. Puppies sleep between 15 - 20 hours per day. Sleep is critical for the puppy’s developing brain, muscles and immune system. Puppies should have their own designated sleeping area so they can sleep undisturbed.
5. Dalmatian puppies are born without spots. They are born white and spotless. The markings usually appear around four weeks.
6. Puppies grow to half their body weight in the first four to five months.
7. Just like human fingerprints, no two dogs’ nose prints are alike.
8. A puppy reaches his/her full size between 12 and 24 months.
My New Family Member Package will capture these precious moments to help you remember the first year.
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Have a peak at Wallace’s images here:
Meet Wallace an affectionate one year old protector.
When asked, Amy explained that she had gotten Wallace because they have a Boxer named Eddie and he really needed a sibling because every pet should have a furry friend to play with!😊
“It’s so cute when Wallace crawls up to my face in bed. It doesn’t matter which position he is in, he manages to make his way up to me. His signature crawls are: weird laying on his back crawl, awkward sideways bounce crawl and butt first to my face crawl.” - Amy
When asked why she wanted professional pet photography of Wallace, Amy replied.
“I decided to have a photography session done because only in pictures can you really capture how fast your animal really grows.”