My Havanese Puppy Is Coughing?

I got a havanese puppy today. She’s very friendly, happy and playful, but when she’s laying down she starts to cough. (It sounds like a snort, but she opens her mouth when she does it.) Does she have kennel cough? Or is she not coughing, but doing something else like a reverse sneeze?
I can’t take her to the vet until Monday, since they’re closed on weekends, but I’m definatly taking her. (She still needs a one more shot.)

I’m Going To Get A Havanese Puppy Soon. What Supplies Will I Most Definitely Need?

Could you please list most of them? Thanks!!

I’m Going To Get A Havanese Puppy Soon. What Supplies Will I Most Definitely Need?

Could you please list most of them? Thanks!!

I’m Going To Get A Havanese Puppy Soon. What Supplies Will I Most Definitely Need?

Could you please list most of them? Thanks!!

I’m Going To Get A Havanese Puppy Soon. What Supplies Will I Most Definitely Need?

Could you please list most of them? Thanks!!

I’m Going To Get A Havanese Puppy Soon. What Supplies Will I Most Definitely Need?

Could you please list most of them? Thanks!!

What Is The Best Food For A Havanese Puppy?

The first question is what was the breeder feeding and why do you feel like you need to change it?
But, presuming you really want to, the best food is the one that works best for you and your puppy. You’ll read many places about human-grade ingredients, excellent quality ingredients, kibble and canned and frozen, or how a home-made diet is the best and healthiest, but not everyone has the time or experience to create and package their own home made diet! That means you’ll need to read many labels and compare the ingredients and quality there. This – http://www.doberdogs.com/menu.html – is a good site that will give you a lot of information about what to look for and what you are looking for. Plus the site is NOT run by a dog food company so it’s pretty impartial.
Do look for quality ingredients – “by-products” aren’t the best when they contain chicken beaks or pig tails! Take advantage of sample packages of good foods and see what your baby likes to eat – it certainly makes it easier when your dog wants to eat the food! But results are what really matter – and you do want a shiny coat, clean teeth, and small dry stools. Too much “going out” is a sign that your puppy isn’t digesting all the nutrition in the food.
There is no one single good answer. Otherwise there’d just be one single good dog food! Good luck on your search.

Can I Keep A Havanese In A Puppy Cut Since I Don’t Plan On Showing It?

Absolutely – in fact, many breeders who show their dogs even keep “retired” dogs in a puppy cut. It is definitely easier to manage that way too!

Can I Keep A Havanese In A Puppy Cut Since I Don’t Plan On Showing It?

Absolutely – in fact, many breeders who show their dogs even keep “retired” dogs in a puppy cut. It is definitely easier to manage that way too!

Should I Buy A Morkie Puppy Or A Havanese? Help!!?

I dont want a little yappy dog, so I am leaning toward havanese, but i heard morkie is better than a yorkie… and they look very similar… any opinions?