Morkie puppies – Handle with care

25 Jul, 2022

Morkie puppies – Handle with care

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If you are interested in getting Morkie puppies but are not sure how to handle them, read on. In this blog written by petowners we offer top tips and advice on how to handle Morkies with care.

How to care for Morkie puppies – Easy tips

Morkie puppies
Morkies are small enough to make you want more than one

Many breeders increasingly are trying cross-breeding.  Morkie puppies are the joyful result of such a cross breeding experiment. These dogs make attractive pet dogs. they are small and portable and what is more they are happy go lucky pets with lovely natures. To produce this special breed, you need to inter-breed a Yorkshire Terrier and Maltese.

The size of the resulting progeny is approximately 8 inches, with a normal weight is 4 to 8 pounds. On an average basis, its life span varies from 10 to 13 years.

Teacup Morkies

Teacup Morkies are a designer breed with a playful nature. They are sociable, jovial and energetic domestic animals. Experts appreciate this mix breed animal which is lovely and adorable.

More often than not if you are in a routine your small Morkie dog will wait at your doorstep to welcome you home every evening. Likely your dog will be very excited to see you. In this article we offer easy tips on how to manage young Morkie puppies.

Take your Morkie puppies into the garden for exercise

Morkie puppies are extremely sociable, and they mix well with others. They also love to play. In the morning, take your dog out for some exercises and into the park if you can to socialise with other dogs. It helps him stay active, strong and of course this will tire him out for a while with the exercise. They also like to sleep so it’s ok to leave them at home for a few hours.  If there is someone home when you are out or away like a housesitter don’t hesitate to call and find out what they are up to.

Returning home to your friendly Morkie

After returning home at the end of the day you’ll need sometime for relaxation. There is nothing better than playing with a Morkie. Take your dog outside to enjoy nature and fresh air together if you can. Visit a park nearby, play with a ball or any game they love, it’s good exercise for both of you.  As your dog sniffs and tries to understand the new environment watch what they do. Enjoy every moment of that time, it can be very entertaining.

Give your puppy treats on occasion

In the evening after your work is done spend time with your Morkie. As companions they are friendly and sociable and they love to play.  They are also responsive to treats in games. Processed dog pet foods and treats are also palatable and dogs like to eat these delicious snacks.

Dog grooming for your Morkie

Groom your younger puppies. You know that tiny young puppy has no maturity like aged dog. He does not know when to bath and eat. You will have to clean his coat and brush up the body with medicated conditioners. Often, masters buy the green products like topical shampoos, cleansers and skincare gel to remove the dander from the fur coat of the dog. Besides, clean the dirt from the claws. Use the anti-microbial sprays to the coat of the dog for freshness and healthcare.

Go to dog shows with your Morkie

There are various dog and pet shows in season, and there is likely one in our locality especially at the weekend. Different breeds feature at these local shows and exhibitions. Pet owners from all walks of life gather with their pets to show their pets at these superb shows. Why not show your Morkie.  It is a good way to introduce your dog to other pets in the locality. It also means you will focus on your dog care with greater energy ahead of the show.

Play with your Morkie dog

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Most Morkies love play and they love your company most of all

If you live on your own and you have dog care responsibilities then you need to plan ahead. A if you have a sporty dog that loves playing fetch with balls and toys plan in your exercise hours or get a dog walker while you are out and a petsitter while you are away from home for more than a day. Regular play routines will help you and them manage their energy. This is likely to keep them fit and health and reduce barking at odd times of day and night. Dogs are intelligent creatures and need play and stimulation. You cannot leave them alone all day in the house.

Vaccinations are a must

Pet owners should make sure all pets are vaccinated and the home environment is kept sanitary for safety for everyone’s safety. These animals have germs and bacteria so keeping your home clean and well ventilated is important. Pets for their own wellbeing need proper and up to date protection. Go to the vet with your dogs for vaccination. Ask the doctors how to proceed. What type of vaccine is a fit for your puppy? And ask how frequently other treatments are needed to maintain their health.

Use dog monitoring camera

If you do not train and control your Morkie you may live to regret it. All dogs need good training. An unruly animal has no sense of what to do or what not to attempt. When you are outside, the dog can go outside and play in the garden or park. Be careful in the street. Dogs need to be trained to have a road sense for their safety. Otherwise the dog might run in the street or disappear if they haven’t been trained for recall.

You need to train your dog not to bite. All this training is important to manage their behaviour. Consider having an upgraded surveillance camera installed with a sound system. Attach these mobile cams to your smart phones for instant viewing. Then you can be aware of what your pet is up to and fine tune your training schedule to manage your dog’s behaviour.

Dogs are generally not ferocious creatures. They are domesticated to live with humans. However, as the owner you have a duty to train and guide your Morkies. With these above-mentioned tips, you will be able to train your pet to play safely and act will with other people and animals. To this end check out Puppy Heaven . It is a good database for dog breeders and buyers offering a detailed and informative guide online.



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