Set a regular feeding schedule for your dog, with smaller meals for puppies and larger breeds eating more.
Keep your dog hydrated, especially on hot days, but be cautious with puppies to avoid accidents indoors.
Regular grooming is crucial, especially for long-haired dogs. Learn from your parents and take turns grooming your pet.
Dogs need daily exercise. Take your dog for walks, which also helps with digestion and calms them down at night.
Dogs are social animals. Spend time playing and bonding with your pet to prevent loneliness and depression.
Understand that dogs need plenty of sleep, especially puppies. Let them rest when they need to.
Puppies need frequent potty breaks. Take them out after naps, play, meals, and water, and reward them for going outside.
Teach your dog commands patiently, using treats and positive reinforcement. Leash training can be helpful.
Avoid giving your dog harmful foods like grapes or chocolate. Stick to fresh foods, vegetables, and proteins.
If you notice any changes in your dog's behavior or activity, inform your parents promptly.
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