Puppies – like human babies – can become heavily distressed when displaced from a comfortable environment. Whether that’s a new home, human, or any other surrounding, puppies take time to adjust to new routines, faces, and places.

When you go to collect a puppy, you’re withdrawing it from a litter it’s familiar with and knows it’s safe in. And that’s important to bear in mind when it comes to handling your new puppy.

Chances are, if you are about to go and collect your new puppy, you’re probably familiar with a lot of guidance.

However, it’s always better to be safe.

It’s really important you take time, care, and consideration when interacting with your new puppy on the day you go to collect it.

And to help make that day go as smooth as possible, take a look at our infographic!