Poodle Puppy Safety Care

Problems to watch for your Poodle Puppies


Here are some poodle puppy safety care tips that will help you to deal with the most simple day to day problems to watch for your new poodle puppy.



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But you not only have to watch for these easy recognizable signs, but also for subtle signs.

Any conditions or sign that you catch early will be easy to treat and some times life savings.

Any change in behavior like : ,water intake, appetite, urination, bowel movement can be already symptoms that can include vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, blood in the urine, shallow breathing coughing, swelling , skin lumps, convulsions, chocking, lethargy, excessive hair loss, fever and runny nose.

If you Note One of These !!!Then is time that you should have starting seeking immediate attention by your Veterinarian.

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A) Vomiting- Remove food and water for 6-12 hours. Star feeding at ½ the normal amount the next time you feed your puppy. If vomiting Persist, bring your poodle puppy immediately to your Veterinarian.

B) Diarrhea- Remove food for 6-12 hours. Give your Puppy Pepto Bismol (USA only as indications by KNOWLES Animal Clinics) 1 teaspoon per 10 lb of body weight 2-3 times daily. If the diarrhea persist call or bring your poodle puppy to your veterinarian.

C) Hiccups- Most Poodle puppies get this from eating or drinking too fast, It is usually not a problem.

D) Small toys, balls, etc, that can be swallowed can cause intestinal blockage requiring surgery. PLEASE…Keep them away from your poodle puppy. If you get toys, be sure that the eyes, noses, tails, etc do not pull off easily.

Poodle Puppy Safety is a Priority !!! 

Sometimes is very difficult to recognize health problems in your Poodle Puppy.




Disclaimer: The information in this guide is general in nature and it represents research from a variety of sources. Nothing on this site is meant to substitute for professional veterinary care. The information presented on this site is not meant to replace the advice of veterinary care professionals. I recommend that if you have specific veterinary needs or concerns about your poodle, please seek the advice of a veterinarian.

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