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1st Night Home With a New Puppy
Your pup is finally home, and you are now preparing for her first few nights away from all she knows! As with any new baby you may have some interrupted sleep with your puppy. If you’re patient and understanding, your puppy will learn what you expect of her when it’s …read more
Crate Training Your New Puppy!
We all want to have a well-behaved puppy that doesn’t chew, tear things up and only does his business in the appropriate area. Crate training is an important part of that! A dog crate should be your puppy’s private den, his special place – a security blanket. He should not be afraid or frustrated when he is closed in, rather he prefers …read more
Introducing New Dogs!
Dogs are social animals and most enjoy the company of others. Just like humans, some dogs have more outgoing personalities, and others are more reserved. Whether you just brought home a new puppy and are introducing him to an existing dog or you are walking at a park with your dog, a proper introduction…read more
Core Vaccines for Your Puppy
You will see your pup’s doctor several times throughout the first year of his life. Although it can seem a bit inconvenient, core vaccines will shield our four-legged babies from dangerous and potentially deadly diseases! When researching and …read more
Preventing Car Sickness!
Dogs who have difficulty with car rides usually fall into one of two categories: those who have motion sickness and those who have a fear of riding in the car. To prevent these problems from happening in the first place…read more
Keeping Dogs Safe During Spring & Summer
The nice weather is here! The weather is perfect for walking with your new pup or allowing dogs to lounge outside and enjoy the wamer temperatures. However, there can be many lurking hazards…read more
Tips to Beat The Heat With your Dog This Summer
After a long winter everyone just cannot wait for the beautiful warm weather to arrive! Just remember that with record temperatures your dog can be at great risk for heat stroke and other summer dangers…read more
Grooming Your Havanese 101!
Royal Flush Havanese encourages every single one of our puppy parents to use grooming time as a way to bond with your amazing havanese and keep them neat and clean! In the beginning it can seem intimating to keep up the maintenance on your pup, but don’t worry- your dog won’t hold it against you…read more
Havanese Dental Care!
If you want to keep your dog in optimal health, it is vitally important that this task does not get forgotten! When teeth are not maintained and brushed regularly it can lead to tooth loss, decay and even…read more
Hypoglycemia in Small Breed Puppies!
Hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar (sometimes called “sugar shock”) is a condition where the blood sugar level drops to an extremely low level due to lack of food or by using up all stored energy without it being replenished. Ane xample is when your puppy…read more
Keeping Your Puppy Safe for The Holidays!
The holiday season is a great time to celebrate and be grateful for all that we have in our lives! As wonderful as the holidays are they also can be dangerous to ur four-legged babbies! Preparetions need to be made to…read more
You finally have your new pup home! What a great time and experience. You have puppy proofed, booked your vet appointment and arrived home! As the sun goes down it is time for bedtime! You put your pup in the crate and expect a peaceful night’s sleep. For some this… read more
It is very convenient to head to the local store and pick up food for a dog or puppy, but what is the healthiest option? TV commercials will have one believing the myths about grain free, gluten free dog food. Well intentioned dog owners may also believe cooking healthy is the way to go. Not so, says Royal Flush Havanese. Let’s take a look at why… read more
So you’ve filled out the puppy application. You’ve spoken with the Royal Flush Havanese staff. You’ve chosen your puppy. Now the time has come to bring your new Havanese puppy home! This experience is such an exciting time! We understand, it can also be very nerve… read more
Housebreaking your puppy does not have to be difficult! All Royal Flush Havanese puppies begin paper training here with us from the moment they can walk. Within the first week of training, they almost always only go on the paper! 95 % of our puppies go home and are… read more
How to Bring a Puppy Home for the Holidays
December has come and with it many holiday videos of puppies popping out from under the tree and jumping all over excited children and adults alike! Your family is begging for a puppy for Christmas … read more
Bringing your new Royal Flush Havanese puppy to the vet can be extremely scary and nerve wracking. Below are some helpful tips of finding a great veterinarian and guiding you through Your Puppy’s first vet visit. Finding your veterinarian. So you’re getting ready to… read more
As soon as you pick your puppy up from the breeder, the first experience he will have is to travel home. Royal Flush Havanese explains how to travel safely with your dog or pup!It is of utmost importance to begin traveling with your pet in a positive and safe manor to… read more
Halloween Tips for Your Havanese!
Royal Flush Havanese knows Halloween is such an exciting time with families and children getting all dressed up to enjoy the Holiday! Why wouldn’t you want to bring your four-legged family member with you? Here are some tips to have a totally PAWSOME Halloween Evening … Read More
With the recent onslaught of natural disasters this season, including Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, it’s important to think about hurricane preparedness for your dogs. Do you have everything you need to make sure your dogs are safe from storms, floods, and other disasters? . . . read more
You’ve just taken home your new puppy. You’ve purchased food, supplements, and supplies. You’ve scheduled vet appointments for important puppy vaccinations. What’s the next step? Spaying and neutering them, of course!… read more
Separation Anxiety In Puppies (SA): A Puppy’s exaggerated fear over separation from its owners. Signs of Separation Anxiety In Puppies: Clinginess HyperactivityBarking/yelping Destroying objects Urinating/defecating inappropriately Vomiting Diarrhea Extreme salivation… read more
We always recommend that you take your pup to a professional groomer for the ideal haircut however we understand during certain times that this may not be possible! For those of you who are really stir crazy, with pups in need, and who have the proper equipment then this blog may be for you… read more