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Thinking of adopting a dog, or just love cute puppies? "Puppy Days" tells all about the roller-coaster experience of raising young canines by showing the successes and mistakes of pet parents. Embedded with six first-time owners who have decided to dramatically alter their family dynamic, the series begins at the moment the pups arrive, then tracks the early stages as dog and family adapt to each other. A puppy learns quickly during its early infancy, but by 18 weeks its ability to accept and learn new things reduces dramatically. The families have just over two months to train their puppies the right way or face the consequences. Included are do's and don'ts of teaching pups how to sleep through the night, behave for vet visits, socialize with other dogs and more.

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Puppy raising tips and tricks.
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A look at the puppies and their families two months after the puppies adoption.
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The families work to train their puppies before they develop bad habits that will follow them into adulthood.
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The "golden period of puppy training" nears its end.
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The 10-week-old puppies settle into their new homes.
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The families potty train their puppies.
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Six families bring home new puppies.

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