10 Things New Puppy Owners May Not Realize

After you’ve just purchased a little ball of fur, you might be mesmerized by their fluffiness, cuteness overload and forget to think about the other things that come with the package. Even if you are ready to pay all the attention, money and time needed for your puppy to feel safe and loved, you should know that this period in your dog’s life is maybe the most important one in what concerns the discipline, the habits and the things it has to learn.

Even if the first few days after you took the soft little angel home seem to be amazing, you might realize in a short time that destruction is also part of the same package. From chewed shoes to messy floors, these are all things that you should be aware of. You might forget about them now when you see your puppy wagging its tail with innocence, but after a time, they can turn to be annoying, especially if these bad habits will accompany your dog for a long period of time. Here’s what you should know as a new puppy owner:

  1. Puppies like routine

A routine might be boring for you and your family, but you will see that once you establish a schedule for your dog, changes will agitate and upset and confuse it. Your dog feels safe and does best when it knows what is expected of them and this is why they simply work best when the routine is installed in their life. What is more, establishing a routine takes a lot of effort and breaking the rules will turn into a hectic situation for your whole family.

  1. Potty-training takes time

A puppy needs to be walked more to avoid puddles and messy floors when you least expect it. Because puppies have a poor sphincter control, accidents will often happen, and you need to be prepared to embrace the unexpected with the mop beside you.

  1. Puppyhood is messy

Like babies, puppies do not know how to groom themselves, so you can expect a lot of messy situations: from dirty floors to dirty paws and from dirty carpets to dirty muzzles, situations like these will happen daily.

  1. Chewing is your puppy’s hobby

We all know dogs like to chew bones, but you might be surprised to find out that puppies are not just eager to chew bones. They would chew anything! Depending on the breed your puppy is, you might find out that you’re left with no socks, no carpets and with shoes with lots of holes in them. You’ll find this funny in the beginning, but when important documents or objects will start to be torn apart, you might get upset.

  1. Get ready to embrace the unexpected

Your dog might run away from you in the park, it might chew your hand when you least expect it or start howling at the thunder at 3 a.m. in the morning. Embrace the unexpected and be ready to keep calm during every situation. Your puppy needs you to be calm and patient.

  1. Puppies’ teeth are sharp

You might find them adorable, but the puppy teeth are very underestimated. Even if you think that your puppy’s playing and you’re relaxed, you might suddenly notice a small bleeding hole in your hand done by the little monster. With the right chewing toys, you can be safe.

  1. Puppies need your time

Apart from food, toys and short walks, puppies need you to be there for them. They’ve just been taken from their mothers and they are really lost, so make sure you offer them enough time not to feel abandoned and lonely. You can create a strong bond if you stay by their side, play with them, teach them tricks and try to train them little by little. The only thing they desire is to make you happy.

  1. Training is compulsory

Your dog is never too young to learn things and be disciplined. You can make sure you’re raising a great dog if you start training it from an early age. Setting rules and defining your personal space will make them listen to you and doing tricks will be great exercises for their brain development.

  1. Eating everything is another favorite hobby

You’ll get mad every time you walk your dog, or you have a quiet dinner, as your little fluffy beggar will stand beside you with puppy eyes, wanting to receive something from you. As annoying as this might be, even if they’ve just eaten, you should not give up and offer them food every time they ask for it.

  1. Your house might need to be dog-proofed

If you want your dog and your personal objects to be both safe, dog-proofing your house is definitely advisable. With a little chewer walking around, it’s difficult to keep things in order, so make sure your house is the right place for your puppy and make sure you do not leave your valuables randomly- otherwise, surprises will appear daily.

As you could see, puppyhood is full of surprises both for you and your puppy. Enjoy every minute of your dog’s young age and make sure you’re ready for this great responsibility.

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Focus on Health Professional Education (FoHPE) is the official journal of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE), which is the peak organisation for practitioners who educate and train health professionals in Australia and New Zealand. The refereed journal was formally established in November 1998, and is published by the Association to promote, support and advance education in all the health professions. The Journal is intended for educators, clinicians and students who have a commitment to improving health care through better learning and teaching.

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“For everyone ought to reflect that in all spiritual matters, the more one divests oneself of self-love, self-will, and self-interests, the more progress one will make.”

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All children with disabilities ages 3-5 are eligible to receive special education services as determined by the Committee on Preschool Education. The Committee is made up of individuals from:

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What is education for
“This is some of the very best educational—or philosophical—writing I have read. Bearing the hallmarks of a modern classic, What Is Education? is a remarkable essay, sometimes personal, always scholarly, about Philip Jackson, about Jackson reading Dewey, about the nature of reading and interpretation, and about the aims of education as a cultural and truth-generating activity and as a personal quest. In the process, Jackson discusses different kinds of truth, from factual to conceptual to speculative, moral, and personal, and then uses this discussion to develop a vision for the renewal of education. Through his use of philosophy and pedagogy, and even in his innovative interpretations of poets such as Wallace Stevens, Jackson displays the qualities Dewey promoted, namely a truly engaged, inquiring mind.”
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Physical Education is “education through the physical”. It aims to develop students’ physical competence and knowledge of movement and safety, and their ability to use these to perform in a wide range of activities associated with the development of an active and healthy lifestyle. It also develops students’ confidence and generic skills, especially those of collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and aesthetic appreciation. These, together with the nurturing of positive values and attitudes in PE, provide a good foundation for students’ lifelong and life-wide learning.
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In England, children ages 5-16 must be in full-time education, but the education structure begins at age 3-4 with Nursery. Children will enter primary school at age 4-5, then secondary school at age 11-12. The age of a child on 1 September determines when they need to start school.
The four divisions are called Key Stages – Key Stage 1 SATs are administered at the end of year 2 and Key Stage 2 SATs at the end of year 6. Students in Key Stage 3 are not given a series of exams, but are continually assessed by their teachers throughout years 7-9. Key Stage 4 ends with students taking General Certificate of Secondary Education exams (GCSEs).

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Educational life
A vital human right, education plays a key role in human, social, and economic development. However, despite great progress in the last few years, millions of children are still denied their right to education. Lack of access to education is one of the most certain ways of transmitting poverty from generation to generation.

260 million children and youth were out of school in 2018.

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Every child is born full of creativity. Nurturing it is one of the most important things educators do. Creativity makes your students better communicators and problem solvers. It prepares them to thrive in today’s world — and to shape tomorrow’s. Apple is constantly creating resources to help educators do just that. Not only powerful products, but also tools, inspiration, and curricula to create magical learning experiences and make every moment of screen time worth it.
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If countries act quickly, they can build education systems better.
To address high levels of learning poverty, the World Bank is setting a new target to sharpen support for quality education

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School education in uk
The state of Uttarakhand is carved out of Uttar Pradesh on Nov. 09, 2000. It is surrounded by U.P. on the south, Himachal Pradesh on the west, and international boundaries of Nepal on the east, China on the northeast. The total geographical area of the state is 53,483 sq.km which is 1.69% of total area of the country.
Uttarakhand was centre of education from the ancient time. It was believed that kauravas and Pandavas were trained by Guru Dronacharya in the foot hills of Himalaya thats why Dehradun is also known as Drona Nagari. India’s best schools and training institutes are located in Uttarakhand. Education in the state of Uttarakhand has a sound background, right from the inception of the state. Department of education is running ahead and getting shape gradually.

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Pupils in ISC schools account for around 80% of the total number of pupils in independent schools in the UK. The UK independent sector as a whole educates around 630,000 children in around 2,500 schools.

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http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/family/education/school-education/
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