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Infographic: Dog and Puppy Development

Matt Beswick from Pet 360 Blog recently created this fantastic and informative infographic about dog growth and development. If you’re considering bringing home a new puppy, it’s important to know all of the important milestones during its development so that its growth and maturity is very healthy.
Dog Development
Dog Development graphic created by Pet365 – a UK stockist of dog coats and brands like Hamish McBeth. Click here to view the full post.

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10 Responses to Infographic: Dog and Puppy Development

  1. Kristen Baars says:

    Thank you for the wonderful information! I learned a bit today!

  2. Laura Willes says:

    I’ve owned dogs for about 20 years & never really knew the details on all the stages, interesting information!

  3. Mary Witter says:

    As Casey dives into his adolescence–full force!–it’s helpful to be informed about what lies ahead. This graphic is excellent for understanding what has gone before and what lies ahead. I’ve bookmarked it. Thanks!

  4. Ashley says:

    This was really informative! Although the vet tells me my giant puppy could have “puppy brain” until he’s 3 or 4!! Gosh, I hope not! haha. You guys are the best!

  5. Richard Skura says:

    Thanks very much for this informative article. It’s put together very well, which makes it easy to understand. I learned a lot from it!

  6. karen vacchieri says:

    am always interested in suggestions for training puppies

  7. Dany Loyer says:

    Thanks, that was really informative.

  8. Melanie L. says:

    Great post! I think it’s very important for dog parents to know all stages of a dog’s life, not just after puppy comes home.

  9. Lila Carrier says:

    This is an excellent article that I intend to keep referring back to as my one year old “pup” and 8 week old puppy mature. Thank you for a very useful tool! Well done!

  10. Anne says:

    Being a midwife in the past, I have seen the human grow but never the puppy. And how very a like it is just so much quicker !! I enjoyed this post !

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