ABOUT THE WELL PETS 

TRAINING PROGRAM

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KITTEN CARE BASICS

Raising a kitten is one of the most fun things you’ll ever do, but it’s also a big responsibility. The following guide will walk you through the basics of how to take care of that playful, purring bundle of fur.

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KITTEN TRAINING

People often assume that cats are untrainable, but this just isn't true; felines are highly intelligent and can easily be taught a variety of behaviors. Begin training your kitten as soon as you bring him home, in order to give him the best chance of fitting in with your family.

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PUPPY CARE BASICS

Puppies are without a doubt some of the most adorable things on the planet. Parenting a new puppy, however, is no walk in the park. Here’s a guide to help you care for the new addition to the family.

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PUPPY TRAINING

Socializing a puppy is a lot like drumming up friends of your own: The more you mingle, the more progress you make. When a puppy isn't exposed to new things, social development may become stunted or, worse, regress.