El cachorro: 4 to 6 months
From 4 to 6 months
At about 18 weeks the puppy begins to lose the first baby teeth and permanent teeth appear. This process definitely marks the end of childhood itself.'s Dog constantly experiencing different social behaviors, and maybe even start sexual behaviors to be tested, trying to mount pads, other animals or humans. competitive games can also engage intended to find out what the dominant dog is. Through play they learn to communicate their feelings and also assume (and find) their own social status .
At about 20 weeks still continues the replacement of teeth which can be annoying and painful. The dog may feel an irresistible urge to nibble, and trying to ease the tension in her gums. It is convenient to provide abundant toys and teethers to prevent the break of anything else.
At this age should no longer have trouble urinating and defecating where directed. Our puppy is almost adult size and the puppy acquires half of its adult weight. During this period you must also teach him everything about hygiene including bathrooms, brushed, revised ears, cutting nails, etc.. Even if you do not do these tasks, make him getting use to it by touching this parts frequently.
Around 6 months is the time where puppies begin to mature sexually and may reach puberty. Basic training can begin. At this age, females can have their first heat. It can be a time of trial between the puppy and its owner, since social relations are completely rethink. Some females may experience mood swings before, during or after the heat. Males usually start to lift his leg to urinate. They do this to mark their territory and to send encrypted information other dogs olfactory cues about their sexual and social situation.
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