Puppy Creche - Mosman Paws
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Puppy Creche

At Mosman Paws we understand how hard it is having a new puppy. It’s very similar to having a newborn baby and at some point, you will have to either return to work or have a day away from home where your little bundle of joy will be left alone. Sigh. We can help make that day a lot less stressful with our one of a kind PUPPY CRECHE!! An entire area dedicated to puppies who are not yet fully vaccinated but have had at least their second vaccination.

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Proactively socialising your puppy is very important. Puppies have what is called a ‘critical socialisation period’ between approximately 3 -17 weeks of age. The puppy’s experiences during this critical period of learning and development can influence and shape their behaviour well into adulthood. Providing plenty of opportunities for socialisation and exposure to different environments during this time can help to ensure your puppy grows into a well-adjusted adult that relates well to other dogs, other animals and people. Socialising a puppy must be done in a safe, social and positive environment such as that generally provided at a puppy school. Puppy school is generally aimed at pups between 11-18 weeks of age.

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At Mosman Paws your puppy will be kept safe, secure, entertained and cuddled all day long by our dedicated puppy nannies. They will be kept separated from the other adult dogs, but still within arms reach so we can continue to provide the extra feeds, extra toys, extra sleep and love that you have been giving till now. You will be happy to know your little furry bundle of joy will be thoroughly exhausted when you pick up them up at the end of the day and you both will get a good nights sleep with not a chewed shoe in sight!

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We would love to meet your puppy! Please call us today to make a time to meet you both!