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Puppy Essentials Discount Codes 2017

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Active Puppy Essentials Promo Codes, Discount Codes, Vouchers & Deals for August 2017

  • £5 Off First Subscription Box Orders

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    • Free UK Delivery On All Orders

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        Purchase a wide range of treat, birthday boxes and much more from Puppy Essentials. Get them to your doorstep for free.

      • 10% Off Dog And Puppy Box Orders

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        • Puppy Boxes From £39

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          • Dog Treat Boxes From £20

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                These dog birthday boxes are personalised gifts and packed full of dog treats, birthday hampers that come with a hand written card and cake. Get them now at a moderate price.

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                About Puppy Essentials

                Puppy Essentials is the place to go when you are looking for essential dog products that are made to the highest quality that have been handpicked and selected by experts. With an exciting and fun range of products to choose from, such as dog beer, donuts and even doggy popcorn, you will always be able to find healthy treats for your furry friend. The prices are always kept competitive and low on all of these treat boxes, but if you would like to reduce the cost even more, check out the very best Puppy Essentials discount codes and deals on this page here at MyVoucherCodes.
                Puppy Essentials Shopping Guide
                Written by Category SpecialistMatt Jones
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                More Information About Puppy Essentials

                Puppy Essentials sell boxes of puppy and dog products. You can buy them as a one off or with the idea of a monthly subscription box. You will be able to get a variety of brands all in one place which means you can try before you buy anything else! Boxes range in price and size for whatever your dog might need! Make sure to have a look at the shopping guide on learning how to train your dog on certain skills as well as what you'll get in your box of quality dog products. Don't forget to pick up a discount code or offer to get the most out of your purchases from Puppy Essentials and enjoy the benefits.

                What Comes In A Monthly Box

                A monthly box with the Puppy Essentials subscription can have a variety of products all in one place.

                You will receive at least two toys and three treats. This will include quirky and eco-friendly items you might not have seen before.

                You will receive extra gifts when it is the dogs birthday, over Christmas and other holidays as well as after 6 months of the subscription service.

                How to Stop Puppy Nipping and Biting

                Not having hands, puppies use their mouths to explore the world. Num, num, what’s this? Something to eat? No! Something to play with? Yes! The trouble is, their razor sharp teeth are painful. The GOOD NEWS is they arrive partly trained by the best trainer possible – mum! Too much pressure during feeding and “YELP!” mum moves away, end of milk time. To avoid going hungry puppy is gentler next time. Same with his litter mates. Too much pressure during play and “YELP!” his litter mates back off, end of play-time. To avoid being lonely biting will be softer when play starts again. This feedback teaches a puppy how to control his bite strength. The posh term for it is ‘bite inhibition’. You just have to build on this great start by taking a cue from puppy’s mum and his littermates – be nice and nice things happen!

                Playing with your puppy helps to build bonds between you, but you must teach your puppy to play gently. Puppies are covered with fur and humans aren't. The same level of bite pressure that is ok during puppy play can hurt us and even break the skin. Be careful not to teach your puppy that hands are toys. Avoid waving your hands in front of your puppy's face or handling her/him in an exciting way to encourage play. It can encourage your pup to bite. Make it easier for your puppy to learn good manners by using a toy to play with your puppy.

                Puppy Toilet Training - The Ultimate Guide

                Take a moment to consider this SURPRISING GOOD NEWS. Your puppy arrives partly toilet trained by the best trainer possible, his mum! Mums with litters are hardwired to keep their dens clean so as not to attract scent predators. Puppies are A+ students and pick up on this. You just need to build on this foundation! However, your living space is strange and much BIGGER than your new puppy is used to! So he needs your patience and understanding to help him do what he naturally wants to do – keep his living area clean!

                Getting Started!

                Crate training plays to a puppies strength, which is it's natural inclination to keep its den clean. The crate needs to be just big enough for your puppy to sit in, get up and turn around, any bigger and they might defecate in a corner away from their bed. It should be set up with a bed, bed sheets, a teething toy such as a Chuckit Erratic ball and a blanket over the top. Introduce the crate by leaving the door open, throwing a treat inside, encouraging your puppy to investigate.

                Puppy Pads

                Puppy pads are plastic-backed pads infused with a smell that encourages puppies to relieve themselves. The usual practice is by confining a space, usually an empty room and cover the floor with the pads. Gradually reduce the area the pads cover until you are using only one or two. The next stage is to place a pad outside the toilet or if you have a used one, wipe it on the area outside that you would like your puppy to use when having to relieve itself.

                How often do puppies need to toilet?

                The need the toilet after sleeping and playing. About fifteen minutes after eating. Whilst awake... the more active, the more often but at least once an hour.

                How do I know when my puppy needs the toilet?

                Watch for puppy circling and sniffing the floor, looking anxious or sniffing in suitable corners.

                What if my puppy has an accident?

                Don't punish your pup. This can backfire and result in your puppy not wanting to toilet outside in front of you, trying to sneak off into the house to hide it or even eating the evidence!

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                Archived Puppy Essentials Discount Codes

                IssuedCode DescriptionCode
                11/08/2017Win A Limited Edition Dog Treat Box When You Sign UpNo Code Required
                03/08/2017Dog Treat Boxes From £20No Code Required
                03/08/2017Dog Birthday Boxes From £29No Code Required
                12/07/2017Dog Treat Boxes From £20No Code Required
                12/07/2017Dog Birthday Boxes From £29No Code Required
                30/06/2017Win a Limited Edition Dog Treat BoxNo Code Required
                30/06/2017Free Delivery on OrdersNo Code Required
                18/06/2017£5 Off First BoxHAPPYPUP
                14/06/2017Dog Birthday Boxes From £29No Code Required