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Raising a puppy is a challenge for both new and experienced dog owners. Here are six tips for puppy rearing from the American Kennel Club.

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The three textured thermoplastic polymer keys are good for your puppy’s gums and teeth and come in two flavors. Available at Amazon, Petco and Chewy

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This package comes with two separate bacon-flavored nylon dental chews. They are hard enough for chewing but easy on a puppy’s gums. Puppies respond well to the flavor. Available at Amazon and Chewy

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These come in the standard KONG style, but the rubber is designed for a puppy’s teething gums. You can stuff treats inside or let your dog play with the toy. Available at Amazon, Petco, Petsmart and Chewy

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Bring along PupShow’s orthopedic cuddler bed (from $54.95), a puffy, fluffy new favorite spot for him to snooze. Running from small to extra-extra-large, the beds are made from human-grade materials and designed to ease joint pain. These cuddle cups are also proven to ease anxiety, creating a sense of security that will have pups nodding off almost as soon as they make their nest – thanks to the construction of the bed’s center. It is made of multiple pieces a puppy can happily rearrange or dig into to find his most comfortable position. The bed has a protective and waterproof (and washable) foam cover (no zipper) with a non-skid, rubberized bottom. pup-show.com

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Many have vivid childhood memories of Cruella, with her slash of red lipstick and evil couture, terrorizing a kind family and their puppies. Being literally a cartoon makes her glamorously awful; obviously, an actual dog-killer is grotesque. We’re supposed to love to hate her, but it's hard not to love every drag-queen-inspiring, command-barking, cocktail-swilling inch of her.

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Puppies usually head off to their new homes at around 8 weeks old, but most dogs can’t go through the night without a potty break until they’re at least 12 weeks old. If your puppy is crying at night, they may need to go out and do their business.

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If puppies are crying in the night because they’re bored and want some attention, giving it to them will only reinforce the behavior, and they’ll learn that crying gets them what they want.

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