1. Protected Health: your dog must get vaccines, deworming and all the other health care your veterinarian indicates. Not only during the puppy stage but also as an adult and in its senior stage.
  2. Balanced nutrition: it always must be complete and balanced according to the nutritional requirements of your pet that vary according to the stage of life, body size, daily activity level, physiological state, and other variables that vet will define in each case.
  3. Water availability: your dog must always have access to clean and fresh water. If you have more than one at home, each of them must have its own container.
  4. Physical space: dogs, particularly when they are young, need to have enough space to do physical activity, consume energy and keep strong and healthy.
  5. Correct training: to improve coexisting at home, or avoid accidents due to disobedience, seek the proper training of your pet, particularly during its first months of life.
  6. Enough dedication: as gregarious animals, dogs need to share several hours a day with its human family. Dedicate it enough time and attention.
  7. Games and recreation: in direct proportion to their intelligence, dogs must channel heir playful capacity through games and recreative activities. Enrich its environment with objects that help it do this kind of activities in a safe way.
  8. Appropriate place: the place it will use at home must be comfortable for its body size, be clean and be protected from cold, heat, rain and other weather inclement.
  9. Precise identification: your dog must always have some kind of identification that contain all the necessary data, so if it get lost, whoever find it can contact you.
  10. Responsibility in public road: when you walk your dog always use a leash and clean the stool.